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Old 03-26-2007, 01:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi.

I installed new speakers/subwoofer and don't need factory one anymore. Want to remove it from the rear deck, but not sure how to do this.
The screws are somehow going from the top.
What do I need to do to get to them? Didn't want to brake anything, so want to ask here first
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Fold down the rear seats.
Remove the reat seat bolster things on either side of the rear seats.
Remove the black plastic clips (like the ones that hold the trunk liner in) that are behind the seats.
Now you should be able to pull the front of the rear deck liner up.
Pull the rear deck liner towards you to remove it completely.
Now you should have access to removing the Bose subwoofer.
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i have a MS6, is there any possible ways to remove it w/o foldin' the seat down?
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lol

anyway, you might have to remove the seat cushions on the MS6. I don't know, I've never seen inside one.
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anyway, you might have to remove the seat cushions on the MS6. I don't know, I've never seen inside one.[/b]
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you can drop the rear seats on a ms6 its quite easy and once you do you will see why they dont want you too. Theres a ton of bracing there. Heres the thread.
http://forum.mazda6club.com/index.php?showtopic=43583
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i have a MS6, is there any possible ways to remove it w/o foldin' the seat down?[/b]
Just take out the back trunk lining and you can get to the release to fold down the back seats.


Just so you know it is a pain in the ass trying to get the package shelf back in. There are two white clips that have to line up perfect; you will most likely need someone to help you.
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