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Rear door speakers don't work w/ aftermarket radio in 94 suburban

How do you make the rear door speakers work with an aftermarket radio in a 94 chevy suburban

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  • nashoba01 Feb 26, 2009



    i have the same problem with my 1996 suburban, I used the right , at least the numbers match, wiring harness. Are there additional wires that need to be connected?

  • Justin Case
    Justin Case May 11, 2010

    Hi Mike,

    Aftermarket what? I'm going on guesswork here.

    What is the problem?
    Knowing what wires from the radio go to the speakers?
    Finding the wires from the speakers to hook to the radio?
    Something else?

    Let me know
    Mike


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You need to attach the blue wire on the stereo harness to the blue and white wire on the car adapter harness. they installed a small amplifier to power the rear door speakers and unless you connect those two wires then the speakers will not work.

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    Chris Morris May 10, 2014

    Thank you that took care of the problem I was having. Now everything works and sounds great.

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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.

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    Randy Laymance Feb 18, 2013

    i just got a 1997 chevy tahoe the theft system was messing up in the radio that was in my truck i just went and got a new one put it in and blam the back door speckers did not work im think ing what could be wrong the only wire i put didnt hook up was the power ant well i read what you sead about the blue wire went hooked it up and booya all 6 speckers are working thank you for your input.

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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.

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