The Pontiac Grand Am GT compact was a popular small sports sedan in the Pontiac lineup through the early 2000s. Some models of the Grand Am featured the “Monsoon” sound system, an upgraded factory stereo. Some audio enthusiasts like to take the sound of this system even further by replacing the factory speakers with aftermarket models. The Monsoon system presents no technical obstacles to this — it’s simply a matter of taking out the old speakers and replacing them with new ones.
Items you will need: 6-by-9 inch car speakers, Panel tool, Wire cutters/strippers
Open the trunk of the car. Pull on the seat straps at the top of the back of the seat to lower the backseat cushions and give you access to the rear deck.