Here it is. I looked up the info on Crutchfield. You can view all possible speakers/headunits available for your car by clicking here
Here's some quick info right away about speaker sizes that fit your car...
Factory replacement info:
7-1/16" depth; Size code E,S,U
Kick Panel: 5-1/4"
Rear Deck: 4"
6x9's will not fit on the back deck without modification to the metalwork underneath the trim panel itself. Because of this, I do not recommend doing it. I also personally am not a huge fan of 6x9's in general because I do not like the quality of sound they produce. I almost feel your best bet would be to buy a really good set of front speakers (because the front sound stage is the most important when it comes to properly imaging sound) because the rear fill is not as important as you would think.
I think you'd be much better off getting a 10" sub for some bass (because I believe that's why you want the 6x9's) and removing the speakers empty in the back deck and leaving the holes empty. That way the bass from the sub in the trunk can come through to the inside of the car. Just a thought.
I already have a basstube in the trunk i wanted the 6x9's for the better sound as i have a really good headunit. I am having trouble getting the cover off also the surrounding of the speakers inside the trunk... What is the best way to do this or can anyone give me a few pics to show how to remove them.
Just did this a few weeks ago. The grills just pop off. Unhook the audio connector. Then there are two screws that hold the speaker enclosures in place. When those are out, there is a silver clip that has to be pushed down away from the package tray sheet metal. Then you slide the enclosure towards the centre of the trunk. Open the trunk and you speaker enclosures are just sitting there. (You need to do this to replace the rear shocks as well)
I put 4" speakers in place. The originals were something like 4 1/2" not an available size. 5 1/4" wouldn't fit without surgery. What ever speaker you get will be better than what ever the originals were.
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