Thank you very much indeed gentlemen, I would definitely NOT have worked that out on my own - the vid and description make it very clear!
I would have screwed the door panel up, if left to my own devices, no question!
I am in your debt gentlemen.
Sincerely - I really appreciate it, If I can ever help anyone else out in return please ask.
I'll report on what I find out about my speaker...I am guessing the speaker has seized somewhere inside the magnet maybe...
Still curious if anyone knows of the best way to get a replacement one?.
I'm too old for all this doof doof sub woofers etc I just want to hear my 60's, 70's & 80s music, rather than have to listen to my missus whine on all day long!
When my dog whines at the back door, at least he quits when I let him in - the missus is another story altogether. :
Funny to read you guys talking about 7 & 8 mm socket etc - we got stuck with the metric system when I was just a kid but I was old enough to remember miles and pounds and ounces and imperial measurements! Worked 20 years with my old man who was a master builder and timber craftsman and he spoke imperial measurements mostly de4spite the change to metrics so I am ambidextrous when it comes to measurements - just as happy with a 7mm socket, or a 5/16, in fact I probably prefer imperial to be truthful - they have more meaning to me in terms of being able to envision in my minds eye what size it actually looks like.
I have tools in my tool box in both measurement systems - because to me they are interchangeable.... bu I ask my 2 now grown lads to grab me an imperial size spanner and they screw up their face as if i am speaking a foreign language.
We should never have adopted the imperial system - we should have followed the USA and stuck with imperial...
Ask me how many miles to the next stop and I can have a rough guess off the top of my head pretty close - ask me how many kilometers and I haven't a clue, I STILL convert my 100kph speedo measurements in my head to 60 miles an hour to know how fast I am going....
OK enough with the back in the good ol days rambling - it happens when you get old.