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How to Replace Inside Door Speaker 00-04 Ford Focus

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  1. step : Removing the Door Panel (0:22)
    • Pull the mirror trim out toward the window to unclip it
    • Disconnect the mirror switch wiring harness
    • Pry off the trim door from the inside door handle
    • Remove the T20 Torx bolt from the inside door handle
    • Pry off the door pull trim with a trim tool
    • Remove the two Phillips screws from the door pull
    • Pry off the door handle trim with a trim tool
    • Disconnect the door lock and window switch wiring harness
    • Remove the T20 Torx screws along the perimeter of the door panel
    • Pry out the door panel from its clips
    • Lift the door panel up and off
  2. step : Removing the Speaker (5:52)
    • Remove the four Phillips screws from the speaker
    • Lift the speaker from the door
    • Disconnect the speaker wiring harness
  3. step : Installing the Speaker (6:41)
    • Connect the speaker wiring harness
    • Attach the speaker to the door
    • Tighten the four Phillips screws to the speaker
  4. step : Installing the Door Panel (7:29)
    • Lift the door panel to the door
    • Press in the door panel clips
    • Tighten the T20 Torx bolts along the perimeter of the door panel
    • Connect the door lock and window switch wiring harness to the trim piece
    • Press on the interior door handle trim
    • Tighten the two Phillips screws to the door pull
    • Press the door pull trim on
    • Tighten the T20 Torx bolt to the interior door handle
    • Press on the interior door handle trim door
    • Connect the mirror switch wiring harness
    • Press the mirror switch trim into place

Hi, I'm Mike from 1A Auto. We've been selling auto parts for over 30 years!

All right, on this driver's door panel, we're going to start by pulling this piece off. Just grab a trim tool, get underneath here, and pry it out a little bit. And then it comes off towards the back. Couple little clips that got stuck in there. Those little clips, we're going to transfer them back over to here when we go to reinstall it.

All right, we want to disconnect this mirror switch. Easiest way to do it is to pop this through--just push it through that way, pull it through, and then there's a little tab right there on the connector. We'll just use a little screwdriver to push on that tab. So we can get underneath the tab right there, just disconnect it that way, and we can pull this trim off.

Now there's a little cover right here. Just take a small screwdriver, get underneath there, and pop that cover off. There's going to be a T20 screw in there, so we'll use a T20 Torx bit and extension and a ratchet. Take this screw out. Pull that screw out.

Next, we're going to use a trim tool and take off this cover right here over the handle. Get underneath there and pry it up. Then there's two--this happens to have a couple mismatch screws. It's probably going to be a Torx screw or a Phillips head screw. So, we're going to use a Phillips head screwdriver on this one. Take that screw out. All right, so this screw has a 1/4 inch head, so we're going to use a 1/4 inch socket and extension and a ratchet. Once it's loose, I can just do it with the extension. Loosen it up. Pull that screw out.

Next, we have these Torx screws that go along the outside of the door panel and the bottom. There's six of them. So, I'll start by taking these off. I'm going to use a T20 Torx bit, an extension, and a ratchet. Take all these out. Take all these bolts out, I mean screws out. And there's two more of those Torx screws over here on the side. So, eight in total. Take that one out, then we'll take this one out down here.

All right, so we're going to pull this trim piece off. Just use a trim tool, slide in underneath here, and pop this off, pop this side off, and just pull it out. We got to disconnect these electrical connectors. Looks like this one's messed up a little bit, so I'll just use a little pick, push down, pull that connector off, and then over here, the connector right here, push that one down and pull that connector off. And we'll grab the panel, pull it out, slide it up, pull up on this back side, past the handle, and pull the door panel out.

All right, we're going to disconnect this speaker. Just use a Phillips-head screwdriver. It's four screws that go around the speaker. Take those screws out. Pull that last screw out. Then you can grab the speaker and just pull it straight out. There's a connector right here. Just use a 90 degree pick, and just release the lock and then pull the connector out. There's the speaker.

All right, now we're going to reinstall the speaker. We're going to line the connector up and click it into place. Line the speaker up with the holes. Take our Phillips-head screw and get one of those started. It's easiest to start in the corners. Get those two started and then we'll get the other ones in. Snug that last one down. Then we'll take the door panel. I'm going to slide it on, start in this corner, work your way forward, and angle it out a little bit. Make sure you pull these wiring harnesses through. This one goes here and this one goes over here, just like that. Push it in all the way around. Reinstall this bolt--this one a 1/4 inch with the extension and ratchet. This one had a Phillips head screw--yours may have that 1/4 inch bolt. Tight this up snug.

Now we're going to install these T20 Torx bit screws. There's eight of them. There's two in here. Just get them started. And there's two in the back here. All right, we'll tighten this one down.

We're going to install this handle. It goes this way and slides up there. Lock it in place.

All right, so we're going to slide the wiring harness through here first. I'm going to line this clip up with the door. One clip I left in the plastic trim piece and one clip I left in the door. Slide it on there, and then push it that way. We can take this and connect this connector. Line the tab up and lock that in. Want this to go in like this, and lock that in.

All right, so, this wiring harness comes up like this, and connect that to the lock. It's supposed to slide in over here like this. We're going to connect the window switch back here, just like that. Snap that in place. Then over here, get this lined up. Click that in. Then we'll take our Torx screw, and get that started. Then we'll snug it up. Take this little cap and push it on, snap it in place.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    Screwdrivers & Related

  • Phillips Head Screwdriver

  • Specialty Tools

  • Trim Tool Set

  • Star Drivers & Sockets

  • T20 Driver


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