Mazda 6 Car Stereo - Removing, Installing and Replacing
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Mazda 6
Car Stereo Removal and Replacement
   

Color Codes for Aftermarket Installation

Factory Wire Harness Codes
Below

   
Speaker Phasing
Installing Aftermarket Speakers and Proper Hook-up
   
NO AUDIO
With aftermarket stereo installation?
   
Erratic Volume Control
DIY Repair
   
Mazda 6 Front Door Speaker Removal and Replacement
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Mazda 6 How to Remove Front Door Speaker Mazda 6
How to Remove and Replace Front Door Speaker
1.1) Pry top edge of tweeter panel from door releasing clips. All clips release with pry pressure.
2.1) Pry along edge of panel releasing clips.
3.1) Remove panel from door.
4.1) Squeeze trigger on connector at tweeter to release lock.
5.1) Or, release tweeter from panel, set panel to side.
6.1) Squeeze trigger on connector into connector to release lock.
7.1) Remove connector, place tweeter into removed panel.
8.1) At hand hold on arm rest, pry small insert from bottom of pocket.
9.1) Remove insert and set to side.
10.1) Remove exposed screw.
11.1) Pry edge of back panel in door handle cavity from assembly.

12.1) Remove panel and set to side.

13.1) Remove exposed screw.
14.1) Pry front edge of door handle assembly from door panel, pull forward to release from door panel. Do not remove.
15.1) Pry front bottom edge of door panel from door releasing clips.
16.1) Pry up along edge of door panel releasing clips.
17.1) Pry bottom edge of door panel from door releasing clips.
18.1) Pry along bottom edge of door panel releasing clips.
19.1) Pry up along back edge of door panel releasing clips.
20.1) Lift back edge of door panel up out of window jam to release.
21.1) Lift front edge of door panel from window jam.
22.1) With door panel released from door panel, align door handle assembly to opening in door panel.
23.1) Pass door handle assembly through opening to released from door panel.
24.1) Pull top edge of door panel back for access to back of door panel.
25.1) Locate leading connector a control panel. Squeeze trigger on back side of connector into connector to release lock.
26.1) Remove connector.
27.1) Locate trigger at top of second connector, squeeze trigger into connector to release lock.
28.1) Remove connector.
29.1) Locate trigger at side of final connector at control panel, squeeze trigger into connector to release lock.
30.1) Remove connector.
31.1) Pull top edge of door panel down for access to Courtesy Light at bottom back edge of door panel.
32.1) Grasp base of light assembly, twist to release and remove.
32.2) Remove door panel and set to side.
33.1) Check door for any remaining door panel clips.
34.1) Pry clips from door to remove.
35.1) Place clips into slots on door panel ready for reinstallation.
36.1) Squeeze trigger on connector at speaker to release lock.
37.1) Remove connector.
38.1) Remove screws securing speaker to door and remove speaker.
39.1) When installing tweeter panel, align tab with slot on door before snapping into place.
   
Mazda 6 Rear Door Speaker Removal and Replacement
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How to Remove and Replace Rear Door Speakers
1.1) At hand hold on arm rest, pry small insert from bottom of pocket.
2.1) Remove insert and set to side.
3.1) Remove exposed screw.
4.1) Pry edge of back panel in door handle cavity from assembly.
5.1) Remove panel and set to side.
6.1) Remove exposed screw.
7.1) Pry front edge of door handle assembly from door panel, pull forward to release from door panel. Do not remove.
8.1) Pry front bottom edge of door panel from door releasing clips.
9.1) Pry up along edge of door panel releasing clips.
10.1) Pry bottom edge of door panel from door releasing clips.
11.1) Pry up along back edge of door panel releasing clips.
12.1) Pry up along back edge of door panel releasing clips.
13.1) Pull bottom edge of door panel away from door verifying all clips have been released.
14.1) Lift back edge of door panel up out of window jam to release.
15.1) Lift front edge of door panel from window jam.
16.1) With door panel released from door panel, align door handle assembly to opening in door panel.
17.1) Pass door handle assembly through opening to released from door panel.
18.1) Pull top edge of door panel back for access to back of door panel.
19.1) Locate wire harness to Control Panel on door panel.
19.2) Turn front edge of door panel up for better access to connectors
20.1) Locate connector.
21.1) Locate trigger at side of connector at control panel, squeeze trigger into connector to release lock.
22.1) Remove connector.
22.2) Remove door panel and set to side.
23.1) Check door for any remaining door panel clips.
24.1) Pry clips from door to remove.
25.1) Place clips into slots on door panel ready for reinstallation.
26.1) Squeeze trigger on connector at speaker to release lock.
27.1) Remove connector.
28.1) Remove screws securing speaker to door and remove speaker.
   
Mazda Car Audio - Wire Diagrams - Wire Color Codes
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DO NOT CUT FACTORY WIRE HARNESS
   
Aftermarket stereo installation? Why purchase the aftermarket wire harness? Installation is easier, no guess work with wire color codes and a Headache Saver! Factory wire colors codes are not universal. See Aftermarket Videos above.
We discourage cutting the factory wire harness.
This section aids in troubleshooting and determining wire color codes, phasing for speaker hook up, locating power wires for installing external devices and add-ons.
   
Diagram 1
Car Stereo Repair - Wire Harness Codes - Bose Car Stereo, Speaker, Amplifier Repair
 
Diagram 2
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Diagram 3
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Wire diagrams may not be 100% accurate for your vehicle.
   

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