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Slightly disappointed to discover that my new 108 does not cOne with any rear seat speakers requiring the fronts to be turned up for those in the back to appreciate my sounds!
Anybody any notion if rears can be added and if so, is it a major job?
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I've not done it to this car but plenty of times in other cars. I think you need a small four channel amp, power the two front speakers from this (they might need upgrading too) and then you can also power the new rears from here too.

The question is where do you add the rear speakers? Back in my modding days 6x9's in the parcel shelf were all the rage!
 

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Hi there,

My first option I can think of for this, is to add 2 after market 5.25 speakers in a location that is out of the way (under the seats or tucked behind the seats). This involves less work.

Another option which involves more work would be to cut into the back door side panels and mount two shallow 5.25's.. I've done this before on older model Peugeot and it looks like it was factory installed! However, depending on the depth of the side panels this can be a problem and more extensive work would have to be done.

This should be a standard speaker option when purchasing the Peugeot 108.

Cheers!
 

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Another option would be to mount two speakers on the trunk divider or rear deck. Whatever they call that area between the back seats and the trunk.

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Loads of room in rear doors btw (if you have a 5door) mounting depth isn't a concern.

Also should you be happy with the standard headunit it has the ability to output to rear speakers, you need some Toyota OEM headunit to ISO cable and some extra lengths of cable to get them to the rear.

 

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Oh n please don't put 6x9's anywhere. Anyone in the know will tell you it's a poor way to get extra volume/sound in the car.
 

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Ummm not sure, the touchscreen is a Toyota headunit so I don't see why the standard one wouldn't be? Just wip it out, only 5min job
it's an oem spec Pioneer AVH-7148 not toyota.

no rear speaker outputs, and nothing you can enable via planet diags

easiest option would be to carefully disconnect the front speakers from the headunit and feed the output to an amp supporting speaker level imputs then back to the disconnected front speakers and newly fitted rear.

we looked at this in a customers car and my top
 

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it's an oem spec Pioneer AVH-7148 not toyota.

no rear speaker outputs, and nothing you can enable via planet diags

easiest option would be to carefully disconnect the front speakers from the headunit and feed the output to an amp supporting speaker level imputs then back to the disconnected front speakers and newly fitted rear.

we looked at this in a customers car and my top
you could also take a look at a car2iso2car solution, this way you don't have to cut cables and when your done with the amp, remove it without causes issues. Something like this: http://3911.static.securearea.eu/Files/3/3000/3911/ProductPhotos/Large/182806867.jpg
 

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it's an oem spec Pioneer AVH-7148 not toyota.

no rear speaker outputs, and nothing you can enable via planet diags

easiest option would be to carefully disconnect the front speakers from the headunit and feed the output to an amp supporting speaker level imputs then back to the disconnected front speakers and newly fitted rear.

we looked at this in a customers car and my top
I've never thought of that idea but it's a good one! A good way to even add more power to your stock speakers without sacrificing the stock dash/heat unit look. You could even mount the amp in the glove i'm guessing depending on the size of amp.
 

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front bezel --> check
vent bezel --> check
remove radio --> negative. any tips or tricks?


Imagine a grizzly bear has your wife and you want to get her back, the head unit is her leg....pull!

I started in the top right corner and pulled till it popped out then the rest were easy.

Remember there are 2 screws on top to remove after the vent.
 
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