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Hey Bek, im not sure if its the same as in a Rodeo, but the link you put up sounds accurate.
Do you have a factory service manual? Heres a link, http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DK9O8DSQ.

Its under the Rodeo section of Body and Accesories, Interior Exterior trim. Im also unsure if your cargo door is the same.
But from what I remember there are only two screws near the hatch. For the panel it pops right off of its plastic fasteners.
 

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Ohh, hey Dae. I did not describe that clearly--I meant the panels that hold the SPEAKERS. :)

I am just replacing my speakers.
 

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Hmm... never been in a Rodeo sport, but if its like mine, the front speakers are in a pod. Just simply pry the cover off. I fit 6.5"s in there and they put out much more sound than the stock 5.25"s.


The rear doors are more involved, as the whole panel comes off. Remove sail panel, remove screw at door release handle, remove screw at inside door handle, then pry/pop the panel off.
Again... not sure on the Rodeo sport, I didnt know you had rear door speakers. For full sized Rodeos, the rear-most speakers are in the roof above the cargo area.
For those, its just one screw underneath the cargo lamp cover, then just pry/pop the panels off.

This is a step by step for Rodeo front speakers.
http://forum.planetisuzoo.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=18485
 

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Haha! I can't believe it. I have installed speakers in several cars, like my last 3 Camaros, where you had to remove the whole door, so I assumed it would be like that. But I skimmed your article then walked outside and sure enough, I could use just a credit card and the speaker door popped right out. Easiest install I've ever had, by far!!

Thanks, man. :)
 
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