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Door Speakers Problems On Mondeo Mk4
Posted 09 January 2013 - 12:01 PM
Remove the door panel - as described on other post on this forum board, it should take about 10 minutes to remove and get access to the speaker on each door, remove the 3 self securing screws that hold the speaker to the door, use small "o" rings attach 2 on each side of each of the screws before replacing and securing the speaker back onto the door, be careful not to over tighten. By doing this you will have put a buffers between both the screw and the door frame, the will stop vibration.
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Posted 11 January 2013 - 04:45 PM
I did replace those a while back, but now I plan on fitting some better, aftermarket ones, when I get some time to fit an amp rack in the boot.
I'll be using MDF spacer rings (as the aftermarket speakers don't have this plastic spacer collar) and Silent Coat dampening mats, so the speakers will have a similar form of dampener.
I'll also fit a back-wave diffusor behind each speaker, if I can figure out how to do so without disrupting the window mechanism.
My solution might cost more than 3 quid, but I believe the result is worth it.
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Mondeo Mk4 2008 (BA7) saloon 2.0 TDCi 130 PS (well, 152 PS with the Bluefin installed) Zetec Auto (TF-80/81SC)
Speedo cluster type 1, firmware: 0246
Audio system: Alpine iLX-700 (aftermarket)
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