Small flathead screwdriver
Step 1: Remove the SRS Housing on Both Sides
Step 2: Speaker Cover Removal
Starting from one side, lift up the panel and work your way down. There will be loud sounds, but aslong as nothing sticks with a large amount of force its normal. The entire panel will then simply slip out. The corners of the panel, however, have to be lifted overtop of the cushion and seatbelt holder. Also un-slot all the seatbelts.
Before yanking it out however, disconnect your brake light, it should undo easily. (There are two connectors, only one works easy, beware).
When pulling out your panel try to not scrape the white clips, for reinstallation purposes.
Now disconnect the speakers.
Step 3: Speaker Removal
The tough part is the speakers are glued in to prevent rattling.
TRY YOUR BEST to keep the silicon intact on the speaker, in case you ever need to put it back in.
Simply use a screwdriver, stick it UNDER the silicon, and pry. Prying around half of it will give you enough space to stick your finger in it and pull it out.
Step 4: Insert New Speakers
Lines up the screw holes and simply screw the new one in place, or if they dont fit you have the option of drilling a hole slightly smaller then the screw then screwing it in.
But mine fit, so screwed them in and put a rag in so it wouldnt rattle when I tested them out.
Turned out they were 4 ohm when i needed 2 ohm (oops) so i reinstalled the old ones.
If you were to put in new ones, I recommend putting a foam tape or silicon around the speaker to avoid rattling and it improves the sound quality slightly. Make it look nice too, even though you wont see it.
When putting it in permanently, hand screw in all the screws first (not all the way in) to make sure they all fit on the speaker. then feel free to tighten them up.
Reconnect your speakers.
Step 5: Reinstallation of the Panel
First, plug your tail light in. Your going to have to push the panel all the way back in, but DO NOT PUSH IT DOWN. All those little white tabs need to line up with their holes. Get every single one to, then push it down. If you miss one, your panel wont click down all the way and it will rattle. I used a coat hanger to push around the ones that didnt quite line up. Try to not break any either.
Your going to have to get the cover back over the cushion and seat belt holder, while slotting the seat belts back in.
Once you click in all the white tabs then you can click the front bit together (picture 4?)
Also for the lock, make sure the ring is in the right place (or even there)
Step 6: Reinstallation of the SRS Panels
BEFORE you push it back in, make sure the white clip is lined up! Use your coathanger tool to move it if necessary.
Your going to have to move the weatherproofing around it, not too hard just dont forget.
They will click in, then you can just screw the bolt back in. Doesnt have to be super tight, just snug it up.
Finally, clip in the SRS bolt cover.
Step 7: Test and Fixes
Use foam tape where it rattles, stuff a rag or something soft to support the panel, or tie it off to something.
If your plastic clips break, the panel will rattle too. By using a large zap strap, thread it through the slot in the middle, and its just wide enough to stop the rattling and hold the panel in place. Clip the end so it looks pretty.