Toyota Corolla - Remove and Replace Radio and Speakers

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Toyota Corolla
Factory Car Stereo Removal

   
Aftermarket Car Stereo
Wire Color Codes
   
Factory Wire Harness, Color Codes and Aftermarket Installation
   
Speaker Phasing
Installing Aftermarket Speakers and Proper Hook-up
   
NO AUDIO
With aftermarket stereo installation?
   
Erratic Volume Control
DIY Repair
   
Toyota Corolla Front Speaker Removal and Replacement

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Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers

Toyota Corolla Front Door Speaker and Tweeter Removal

How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 1.1) Gently pry edge of small cover in door open handle cavity.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 2.1) Remove exposed screw.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 3.1) Gently pry back edge of arm rest cover from door releasing clips.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 4.1) Lift back edge of panel up, all clips release with pressure.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 5.1) Gently pry front edge of panel up releasing clips.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 6.1) Remove panel and set to side.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 7.1) Gently pry front edge of control panel releasing clips.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 8.1) Lift front edge of control panel up to release clips at back of panel.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 9.1) Release trigger on connector to disconnect and remove.

Note - Trigger is located at center of connector, squeeze trigger into connector to release and remove.

Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 10.1) Release trigger on second connector at control panel to disconnect and remove.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 11.1) Remove control panel and set to side.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 12.1) Remove one exposed screw from control panel removal.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 13.1) Remove one exposed screw from arm rest cover removal.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 14.1) At tweeter, gently pry top edge of panel from door releasing clip.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 15.1) Pull top edge of tweeter panel away from door.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 16.1) Lift tweeter panel up to release from lower door panel.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 17.1) Remove tweeter panel and set to side.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 18.1) At bottom back edge of door panel, gently pry door panel from door releasing clips.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 19.1) Work along bottom edge of door panel to leading edge of door panel releasing clips.
19.2) Work up front and rear edges of door panel releasing all clips.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 20.1) Pull bottom edge of door panel away from door, all clips should be released.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 21.1) With bottom edge of door panel pulled away from door, check to see if door open handle clears opening in door panel before removing door panel.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 22.1) Lift rear edge of door panel up out of window jam.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 23.1) Lift front edge of door panel up out of window jam.
23.1) Remove door panel and set to side.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 24.1) Check door for any remaining door panel clips.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers 25.1) Pry door panel clips from door to remove.
Removing, Replacing and Installing Speakers 26.1) Place door panel clips into slots on door panel ready for reinstallation.
How to Replace, Remove and Install Speakers

27.1) Remove screws securing door speaker to remove.
27.2) Remove screw securing tweeter to door and remove.

See Speaker Phasing above.

   
Toyota Corola No or Intermittent Audio STEREO REPAIR
Toyota Corolla

NO or Intermittent AUDIO?

Placing items into the trunk can break the speaker connector from the mount. An unsecured connector can short the connection at the metal frame of the speaker, forcing the stereo into protection mode, which results in no audio. 
Check the speaker for a loose connector. Wire ties, electric tape, or glue can secure it in most cases.

   
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