first, pull out the ash tray and remove by pressing the release lever.
remove the two screws. grab the lip firmly and pull toward you and the bottom half should release. one side of the top should release too.
grab the top towards the center and pull until the other side releases. ive done this several times over the past few days so both sides usually release at the same time.
disconect these three clips
from these sockets. this might be a pain in the **** the first few times.
remove the two screws as indicated by the arrows. they are facing upward.
check your wiring harness to make sure theres a solid connection.
make sure the harness plugging into your stereo is connected.
just so you all know, the green, violet, white, and gray wires are for each of the 4 speakers. the blue wire is the remote turn on. the two orange wires are some kind of dimmer and illumination but i havent figured out exactly what they do. the black is the h/u ground, the black/white is the stock amp ground, and the yellow and red are constant power and one of em turns on your stereo when you turn your key to the accessory position but i forget which one.
funny that since sunday i havent been getting any sound from my speakers either but that was after i put in my aftermarket head unit that you see in the photos. i have one idea that im going to try later tonight that involves me removing my passenger seat and looking at the tiny stock amplifier underneath to check for a blown fuse. check your fuse box for the audio and amplifier fuses. i forget off the top of my head where they are but just look at the diagram on the back of the fuse panel cover. beyond that i dont know what else to say. hope i helped at least a little?