Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
So i bought new alpine speakers that fit the front speakers with the tweeters but now we discovered there are so many wires to the old speakers that we don't quite know how to install the new speakers. a friend told us that we need to buy a new head unit and some kind of amp kit. and then we can replace the old speakers with the new speakers. is that correct or is there another way we can install the new speakers without buying a head unit?
I work at a Chrysler Jeep dealer and sell parts, and I'm sorry to tell you but this is a little problem we have run into many times with these vehicles. The factory speakers are **** and of course we have no wiring diagrams showing how to install aftermarket speakers without replacing the head unit with an aftermarket one. I just had to do this with my Mitsubishi Galant when I bought some Focal component speakers for my doors. I went with the Alpine radio and it seems very nice and I think it will do great for your speakers also. Hope this helped.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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