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Each dash tweeter and cover "pops" easily out of the dash. To avoid scratching the dash, use a plastic tool or wrap a screwdriver with tape or cloth.
 

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The tweeter is attached to the grill cover. The only opening in the grill is where the tweeter is mounted - a larger diameter tweeter will be partially blocked by the solid part of the cover.
 

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The tweeter is almost 1.5 inches wide and about 1 inch deep (including wiring).
 

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Tweeter specs:
  • 4 ohm
  • 30 W
  • 1.5 inch diameter
  • 1 inch deep
  • 2.2 µf capacitor (~18kHz and above)
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Gracias

Thanks for the info Tim. If I were to replace the fronts with MBQuart separates, how do you suggest I deal with the x-over connections?
 

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In another thread hop23 referenced a wiring diagram and stated that the door and dash speakers were in parallel(?). But we know they are all 4 ohms, so I'm not yet sure how the stock amp handles this load. I still have the same question about after market cross-overs (as part of a component set).
 

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Yes, the dash tweeters are in parallel with the FRont door speakers. That makes a 2ohm load for the FRont speakers, and 4ohms for the ReaR speakers. The rear woofer is on its own channel.
 
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