How did this work for you? did you get much better base out of the door?I drilled a hole in the door metal behind the speaker so i could fit JL Audio C5-653 speakers. I also installed this speaker baffle for water proofing...otherwise you would get water dripping down from the window onto the speaker.
It's easy enough to remove the wires under the tweeter (there is a standard automotive disconnect on the tweeters), after you get the tweeter out (3 push back clips, which luckily my wife got free without too much trouble) - or disconnect at the harness behind the head unit. I chopped the harness behind the head unit, and extended the "to tweeters" wire down to the passenger seat base so I could add the connection to my 2nd set of tweeters (done just recently) to my amplifier. I believe I ran front + rear + tweeter signal (almost assuredly the same as the front signal, since the capacitor on the stock tweeters is probably the only high-pass crossover) to the fix86 in the passenger seat as well.Hi, I just ordered some "Hein rings" and JL Audio C1-650x speaker. Question is if you disconnected the tweeter left and right in the dash?
no there is no crossover and its bcs new speakers probably doesnt have enough watts to drive them, add amplifierI left the oem tweeters in the dash and they seem way louder than the new ones i,ve added in the doors...
Question: could there be somekind of oem crossover already in the dash somewhere and i picked up only the sub side of it to power the new crossover ?