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Hello, new member here. I've lurked this forum every once in a while when I need info or help with something on my dart. I have a 2015 Dodge dart SE. I haven't really done any work on my dart my self until recently, I rotated my own tires and performed my own oil change on it just last week.
I'm looking to replace at least my front door speakers with kickers and am trying to decide on weather I should get 4 speakers and do all doors or just do the front 2 and get an amp for them instead. I have no idea how involved or knowledgeable I should be for installing an amp for my speakers. Any advice or insight would greatly be appreciated, thanks
 

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@Dehumanizations welcome to the forums - quite a few people have gone thru the same process of replacing their speakers - I believe most all do the 4 doors and depending on the car, some have the 2 rear speakers accessible thru the trunk as well as the small ones in the dash. You said you have an SE so I am pretty sure you have only the 4 doors, but you could also possibly add in the front and rear speakers as well.
 

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@Dehumanizations welcome to the forums - quite a few people have gone thru the same process of replacing their speakers - I believe most all do the 4 doors and depending on the car, some have the 2 rear speakers accessible thru the trunk as well as the small ones in the dash. You said you have an SE so I am pretty sure you have only the 4 doors, but you could also possibly add in the front and rear speakers as well.

So my question then is: if I replace my door speakers should I amplify them? Will it make a noticeable difference?
 
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