Re: 1954 Mercury Radio Speaker
Virgil & Sue Klein
You will have to remove the radio. That is not difficult. The speaker grill does come off but only from the bottom. The speaker itself is held in place by four screws (as I recall) that you access from the bottom. You must remove the heater plenum (the cardboard to the left of the heater assembly) to remove the radio. Unhook the power, speaker, and antenna wires, remove the cap screws holding the mounting brackets on the side of the radio, pull the volume and tuning knobs off the front, remove the two nuts holding the radio in the dash (behind the knobs), and the radio will practically fall out of the dash.