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Old 12-19-2018, 02:46 AM
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How to remove rear speakers? 08 E350

Hey everyone, the rear speakers (behind the rear occupants) have started rattling and I'm planning to replace them. However I can't seem to find any DIYs on this job. Has anyone done this job or know of a DIY?

My car is an 08 E350 with the Harmon/Kardon sound system.

The part in question is: Pkg Tray Speaker - Mercedes-Benz (219-820-06-02)

Thanks in advance!
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Remove rear seats , and rear headrest to access the subwoofer in rear deck


-Seats will be removed has 3 bolts I belive 10mm
-Bottom cushion you have to push in a tab to release theirs two one on each side
-Now the kinda tricky part you will need a flat head screw driver, behind evey headrest theirs are two small black tabs which have to be pushed down , best way to do this is push the headrest back , youll see once you try it, after that you'll have acess to rear speaker
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I did my job 2yrs ago, hereís some pictures, hope helpful.
I canít upload multiple pictures on my cellphone, just one picture which can show how I did.


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I did the same except i have a kicker , my only problem is the rear deck rattles not the speaker i guess to much bass lol
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A 2mm MDF is required under rear deck.
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Remove rear seats , and rear headrest to access the subwoofer in rear deck


-Seats will be removed has 3 bolts I belive 10mm
-Bottom cushion you have to push in a tab to release theirs two one on each side
-Now the kinda tricky part you will need a flat head screw driver, behind evey headrest theirs are two small black tabs which have to be pushed down , best way to do this is push the headrest back , youll see once you try it, after that you'll have acess to rear speaker
Thanks for the info! For the back rest part of the rear seats, where are these 3 bolts located?
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I did my job 2yrs ago, hereís some pictures, hope helpful.
I canít upload multiple pictures on my cellphone, just one picture which can show how I did.



Thanks! How difficult was it? Is there any way I can get back there without removing the rear seats? Like say through the trunk?
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I did the same except i have a kicker , my only problem is the rear deck rattles not the speaker i guess to much bass lol
Are you talking about the original speaker/deck or the one you installed? It seems like it's one piece, if the deck is rattling, would I be able to "glue" or insulate whatever is rattling in there?
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I'm talking about the aftermarket 10" kicker it makes the rear deck shake , im pretty sure you can dynamat it ..if i were you just replace the stock sub with orignal

Here's a YouTube video showing some what of a procedure ( not my video , but this would help you out)
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Thanks! How difficult was it? Is there any way I can get back there without removing the rear seats? Like say through the trunk?
I replaced all the audio system so I can have Bluetooth Audio & back view camera. But you need not to do this, too complicated.
If your 211 has foldable seat back, headrests are on the seat back, no need do anything.
unfortunatlly, it seems your back seats are fixed, click:
https://mbworld.org/forums/e-class-w...elf-dying.html
If I didnít remember wrong, I drilled a hole from trunk, on the back of driver side right clip, for the access of screw driver.
so, the next job is to remove side panel on C pillor, search it, not so hard.
good luck.
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