|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||7.4 x 6.8 x 1.6 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
Mosuch 6.5" Plastic Black Speaker Adapter. Fitted For Toyota 4Runner, Avalon, Celica, Corolla, Echo, Highlander, Matrix, Prius, RAV, Sequoia, Sienna, Solara, Tacoma, Tundra, Venza, Yaris
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These Speaker Adapters will convert Factory Speakers to 6.5 Inch Aftermarket Speakers of your choice. Compatible with Toyota: 4Runner 2003-2009 (Rear Speakers) Avalon 2005-2011 (Rear Speakers) Celica 2000-2005 (Front and Rear Speakers) Corolla 2001-2011 (Front Speakers) Echo 2000-2005 (Front Speakers) Highlander 2008-2012 (Rear Speakers) Matrix 2002-2011 (Front and Rear Speakers) Prius 2001-2011 (Front and Rear Speakers) RAV 2001-2011 (Front and Rear Speakers) Sequoia 2003-2011 (Front and Rear Speakers) Sienna 1998-2012 (Front and Rear Speakers) Solara 1998-2003 (Front Speakers) Tacoma 2005-2012 (Rear Speakers) Tundra 2000-2012 (Rear Speakers) Tundra 2003-2006 (Front Speakers) Venza 2009-2011 (Rear Speakers) Yaris 2007-2012 (Front Speakers) Yaris Liftback 2007-2012 (Rear Speakers)
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Should you purchase these brackets I have three installation notes below.
1. The bracket holes do not line up with Toyota factory mounting holes on a 2000 Toyota Solara. No big deal, just re-drill 2 of the three holes on each bracket.
2. The cutout does not fit a standard 6.5' speaker. Again, no big deal, you will have to shave plastic off the bracket for the speaker basket to clear.
3. The bastard bracket sits out too far and interferes with the door clearance. Door cannot be installed with brackets in place. Remove brackets and speakers and drill holes in the damn car and use metal screws to secure speakers.
Install the adapters on the door, then install the speakers on the adapter. I'm not sure how I would have installed the speakers without these adapters. I drilled a 3/8" hole through the side of these to run the wires into the speaker rather than pinch the wires between the adapter and door sheet metal. The 4 speaker mounting holes in the adapter aligned perfectly with the speaker mounting holes. As a side note, I put some mounting tape between the adapter and sheet metal to provide some isolation from the sheet metal. I did not have any issues with the speakers clearing the door panel.
Very happy with the speed of installation and final result.
One of the screw holes did crack when I put the screw in, but it was my fault because I was using a battery powered drill and went too far. Even still it didn't hurt anything and they have been doing an excellent job.
Notes to buyers:
1. These do not come with holes pre-drilled. This is most likely because there are so many different options of aftermarket speakers that it just doesn't make sense to drill them.
2. They DO NOT come with mounting hardware either for attaching to the car or speaker to the bracket. Keep this in mind as you will need to find screws that fit your speakers and then drill holes to fit to the bracket.
I installed the Infinity Reference 6032cf 6.5-Inch 180-Watt High-Performance 2-Way Speakers (Pair) and they sound great with the factory touch screen (non JBL) head unit. Don't forget to add the foam seals that usually come with the speakers as the brackets will rattle against the metal of the door.
When you consider the steps to install these:
1) Drill out the factory rivets to remove the original speakers.
2) Rifle around the garage or take a trip to the hardware store for nuts and bolts that will fit in the now drilled out holes in the doors.
3) Mount the new speakers to these mounts making your own holes with a drill or self tapping screws that may have just required a second trip to the hardware store.
I could have taken a razor knife and cut out the paper from the factory mount and I would have had a slightly more heavy duty piece of plastic already riveted to the door that fit the new 6.5" speaker perfectly. The same drill or self tapping screws could have fastened the new speakers to the factory speakers in the same manner and the final product would have been a more secure mount. This was in a 09 Yaris. It had the cheapest factory speaker I have ever witnessed. If they had a magnet, it was no bigger than a dime, so it's possible other Toyota's will be different.