If you are trying to remove the door panels you will need to pop off the cover behind the inside chrome door handle with a small screwdriver, there is a torx screw hiding behind there. There are also two torx screws under the rubber insert in the door pull. On the side of the door panel by the latch there is a small plug button looking piece that needs removed. Once all these screw are removed the door panel can be pulled away from the door. There are about 8 retainers holding the door panel in place. Starting from the bottom pull the panel away from the door (this will require some force) be careful not to break the plastic retainers. It is probably best to use a trim remover tool (looks like a screwdriver with a slot on the end for pulling the retainers away from the door) example image http://www.matcotools.com/ProductImages/DPT2.jpg
The retainers are in two pieces. On piece stays in the door and the other goes into these pieces. Insert the puller between these two pieces and pry free. On the top of the door there are 4 metal clips that hold the top of the door panel. Lift the panel straight up to free the panel from these clips. Make sure when you reassemble the door the top strip on the inside of the panel is inserted in these clips.
This should give you access to the speakers. You won't have to remove any wires if you are careful and just move the panel out of the way
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