Question about 1994 Chevrolet Suburban
How do you make the rear door speakers work with an aftermarket radio in a 94 chevy suburban
I had the problem on my 94 Suburban. I hooked a new stereo head -everything worked fine, including the rear door speakers and the back upper deck speakers (6 speaker system). I then installed a sub woofer and amp. I cut the blue wire from the new harness, which was identified as antenna wire, to use for secondary circuit for the new amp. Guess what! the rear door speakers stopped working. tjgdjn is right! When I reconnected the blue wire from the new harness to the plug which connected with the orginal harness, the rear door speakers worked -again.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Am I correct in Saying that those are the Only Rear Speakers? You can always do what I did for my Dads Suburban. Built the System, Mounted 6x9's under rear seats then Cut and Mounted 15' Woofers in the Back Doors! MAN it ROCKED! If not just hook up to the Rear Outs on the Aftermarket System.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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