GMT400 CD Player Problem

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That's the cheapest and easiest way to go, yes. It'll sound just fine.
 

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This is the only GMT400 panel I've seen with a tweeter location. Is this it?
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Seems like very few actually had them. Even this one has the mesh but no actual tweeter.
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Pull off the switch panel and take a look if this panel looks like your panel.

Go take a picture of your panel and post it, actually.
 

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Looks just like yours except mine has other switch for passenger power window and controls for power side mirrors.

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That's not my truck, Dave, but that does mean you have a convenient tweeter mounting location.

Pull your switch panel off like in the picture I posted and you'll be able to mount them right up.
 

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Don't know if this will help...my '95 was the first year of this interior design,here are a few pics...looks like I need to do a little cleaning :jester:
 
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It's a POS.

Do not wire that thing in with your new door speaks.

Get a coaxial speaker and move on.
What is a coaxial speaker? (never heard of that before) Is it different from a normal speaker?

I tried finding a component setup that would fit in the factory spot, but I was unsuccessful.

Coaxial is a regular speaker.

You should be able to mount a tweeter there no problem... Most are about 1" so you can do some drilling to the factory mount to fit the newer, larger tweeter

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Huh?

A coaxial speaker has a tweeter. That is why I told him to ditch the crappy OEM tweeter
 
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