Joker, door speaks are cake. First open the door(duh), remove three screws total. One you can see, one more inside the handrest, and one more hidden by the door lever. The latter two are covered with little plastic covers you need to gently pry off. Next, gently slide a flat tool under the door panel starting anywhere near the bottom. Feel for a near pressure point and start pulling the door panel from the door. You should hear one or more of the plastic pins pop out. Once there is enough room to fit your fingers under the panel, use your hands to gently pull away the door panel. Get the panel completely unhinged from the door, you will have to support the panel from hanging with your hands. Be careful to not pull too hard as your door opening mechanism and power controls are still connected. Now you have to work behind the panel. Carfully disconnect your power controls, make sure you have enough light to see the connectiions. Next, and this is a biotch, unhinge the door opening and lock metal levers. They are connected to a green and yellow hinge. The panel should be completely free and the speakers in your sights. Just remove the three screws around the speaker and not the actual pod. You have to pry the speaker off because it has a sealer(comes off easy).
got damn that was a lot to type. anyway, when you put in your new speakers, remember that you may need a spacer. I found out the hard way. I tried to put the windows down and they nearly fell off there tracks after hitting the magnets. I used a half inch spacer, perfect. Use weatherstripping or caulking to seal your speakers, they will sound a lot better.
Ya hemi, i saw the magnets. the magnets on the tweeters were almost as big as the midbass speakers, crazy. what did you put in your car?