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    Default subwoofer extraction

    2002 suburban, non bose system. how can i get the sub out to replace. any help would be appreciated.
    2002 Chevy Suburban LS 2WD

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    Well, it should be just pulling out whatever interior panels are covering it. However, knowing how Bose is though, that sub is probably one with a really weird impedance and rms rating. You most probably will not be able to stick some off-the-shelf sub in there.

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    most shallow mount subs will work in the bose factory slot. Pioneer makes a very good replacement and they carry them at most radio shops or even best buy

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    It is not a Bose system, i just need to know how to get the sub out,and how to take off the cover or back

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