will Work for 2005 Toyota Limited front door with 8 speaker JBL stereo
2000 Chevrolet Express
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)
2005 double cab limited Toyota Tundra. I wanted to upgrade my Factory system but did not want to expense of replacing the factory head unit or the amp. My Tundra has the JBL 8 speaker component system with the Navigation system in the dash. The 2 ohm replacement speakers sound good. NOT Great but good enough to say I upgraded. The "Free" plug they sent which was supposed to simply plug into the factory harness was the wrong size and unusable. Also the "FREE" speaker mounts they sent did not fit my doors and were also unusable. The Crutchfield experts said these would not fit my vehicle but after doing my research I saw other customers had the same 2 Ohm issue with their Toyota and JBL systems and were able to use these with little issue. You will need to use the factory mounts in the front doors and the adaptor plates that come with the vehicle. you will also have to cut the plug off the factory woofer (7"door speaker) and screw the green and black leads into the speaker. I left the midrange speakers hooked up for now. I didn't take pictures due I thought it would be a fast swap and I had to go out in an hr. It took a bit longer once I discovered the supplied plug and mounts were useless. I did take pics prior to purchase as seen below. Maybe these can help someone. I removed the woofer only. Crutchfield should update the vehicle usage indicator, especially when a widely used stock system such as Toyotas JBL stock radio can only use a very limited supply of sp
Pros: 2 ohm replacement work well. Sound is as good as can be expected from a factory head unit. Advisors were very nice and did try to assist.
Cons: Crutchfield listed these would not fit therefore their advisors were trying to sell me other speakers and required to replace factory amp. Free accessories did not fit my vehicle and were therefore useless.