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Hey, I've recently found that my 2020 Spark LS doesn't come factory with rear speakers and would like to install some. Ive run into a few issues and was wondering if anybody has a solution. First problem is i am unable to get the manual window lever off. There seems to be no c clip holding it on from what I can tell. I've pullled on it with screw drivers and by hand and cant even pop it off. Second is the wiring. Im planning on just jumping the front speakers to the back due to the fact that the head unit doesn't even have a fader to the rear. If anyone has tackled this project, I could use some advice. TIA

P.S. At this point i dont even think its worth it but i would like rear door speaker because for whatever reason it bothers me that there aren't any
 

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I'm not everyone is happy with their car's regular audio system. We also know that while we all want something better, not everyone is willing to spend a fortune to upgrade it. AutomoBible has an interesting list of the best budget car speakers to replace the factory, model you like
With four decades of experience, Kicker door speakers are among the best on this list. The company has a wide range of audio products, and not just for cars, so rest assured they have plenty of options.
 

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Hey, I've recently found that my 2020 Spark LS doesn't come factory with rear speakers and would like to install some. Ive run into a few issues and was wondering if anybody has a solution. First problem is i am unable to get the manual window lever off. There seems to be no c clip holding it on from what I can tell. I've pullled on it with screw drivers and by hand and cant even pop it off. Second is the wiring. Im planning on just jumping the front speakers to the back due to the fact that the head unit doesn't even have a fader to the rear. If anyone has tackled this project, I could use some advice. TIA

P.S. At this point i dont even think its worth it but i would like rear door speaker because for whatever reason it bothers me that there aren't any
For the window crank handle, there's a clip behind the crank arm where it goes on to the window lift shaft. It's hard to get to, but removing it releases the handle from the splined shaft.
I had to re-orient mine in the front so they didn't hit your leg when full up or full down. It's a conventional clip setup, just hard to access. I was able to get in there with a body panel push-insert blade tool - the funny looking one with a bent shaft and a rounded spoon blade on the end.

The radio is very basic for a very basic car, so no rear door speakers. You may even find there isn't room in them once you get the door panel off, but worth a look. As far as wiring, I got nuthin' for you there. You would have to tap into the existing speaker output, or source a better head unit.

The good news is Daewoo got the GM electronics package for their little car - the display and electronics is pretty good. We really like the apple-car-play, and of course BT calling is great.
 
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