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Old 02-08-2017, 05:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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When you say pull the middle out of the round clips do you mean the round plug shapes that have a round doodah in the centre? how do you get the centre out?
Out, but not fully removed, with a miniature flat blade. It is a lock pin in the middle.
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Out, but not fully removed, with a miniature flat blade. It is a lock pin in the middle.
Cheers they look like the ones they use in Suzuki motorcycle fairings, always best to check with the experts before butchering the car

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Guess what! I bought some 13cm speakers for the rear of my 2002 1.3 Ignis five door and managed to remove the plastic panels ok and then got the speakers out ready to install...........BUT they don't sodding fit! they are way too big for the metal mounting on the car the 10cm ones I fitted to the front would fit better so have ordered another set of them but I'm sure I read on here somewhere that the fronts are 10cm and the rears are 13cm?
Oh well no worries just a bit annoying.

Another problem today was my battery was totally flat and when i fitted my spare the radio came on........so is there a way to cut power to the radio when the key is removed? on the new wiring harness i got to fit the radio there was a couple of wires that weren't in the plug could these be the wires needed?

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Out, but not fully removed, with a miniature flat blade. It is a lock pin in the middle.
You push the centres in to release them - much easier than trying to prise them out.
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I'm sure I read on here somewhere that the fronts are 10cm and the rears are 13cm?
The 2 door Ignis has rear speakers in a different location (mounted where no rear passenger doors are) and would be bigger than the 4 door ones. The plastics are also obviously different too.


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You push the centres in to release them - much easier than trying to prise them out.
I learn new stuff every day. I had a look - Thanks.
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The 2 door Ignis has rear speakers in a different location (mounted where no rear passenger doors are) and would be bigger than the 4 door ones. The plastics are also obviously different too.




I learn new stuff every day. I had a look - Thanks.
Well the speakers are all fitted now and its made quite a difference and not cost a fortune, I tried pushing the centre of the doodahs and he`s right they come off very easily so thanks for the tips guys.
What`s next thing to do to the beast lol maybe supercharge it or twin turbos? lol
Must say I was driving my other car a Skoda Yeti and compared to my wee ignis it handled like a racing car but the ignis is more fun on our twisty mountain roads.
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What`s next thing to do to the beast lol maybe supercharge it or twin turbos? lol
There is a kit for the M series engine:

Suzuki Swift Supercharger kit Engine parts R's Inc
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There is a kit for the M series engine:

Suzuki Swift Supercharger kit Engine parts R's Inc
LOL they cost more than my car 8-) wonder how the beast would handle all that power?
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A lot more than mine I think. The 4grip would help to get the power down but the transmission might not last too long.
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