I have an '04 Grand Am and I put 6x9 Alpine Type S speakers in mine and they sound decent but the front speakers are much more important in my opinion and I run Polk DB 5.25s up there. Two questions/comments; I had the Monsoon system in my car and the rear speakers are dual input, 2Ohm so there's more to it than just swapping them out with new ones and most of the time you loose bass rather than gain it unless you're planning on amping them. Not sure if all the Grand Am's were that way or just the models with the Monsoon system. The second issue is it's almost always best to replace the front speakers before the rears as that's where you'll make the most impact on the overall sound. I'm not trying to tell you what to do, just giving you my 2 cents. I'd HIGHLY reccomend checking out theGrand Am Owners Club Forum audio section. That's a great resource for all things Grand Am and that's where I got all the information for my install, I'm DFizzle on that board. Check the car audio FAQ on that site and do a search or two and if you still can't find what you're looking for go ahead and post and the folks on there will be happy to point you in the right direction.
i have a pair of earthquake 6x9s that are 3 way in my cherokee and they are bassy, sound great and theyre real loud too. they can handle more power than they claim. i got 250 rms going to each one. theyre hard to find and not too expensive. think i got mine for about a c-note
Hey, I'm currently running around town with my rear panel speakers blown. I believe the highs still work but theres a crackle whenever i hit bass. Can anyone link me to a site with free information on how to disconnect the woofers? 2001 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Jeff, unless you have aftermarket components in the back, there's no way to disconnect just the "woofer" since coax speakers don't have seperate drivers. If you blew a speaker it's time for new ones or just unhook them all together which you can probably do by just going into the trunk and unhooking the wires from underneath.