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94 Grand Prix GTP Speaker compatibility

I have a 94 GTP and I was taking a look at the rear factory speakers (Back window ones) and I noticed there are four total wires running to both speakers. I know this car has a built in amp, but what kind of speakers could I buy so I don't have to re-wire this whole thing?

Any help would be great! =)

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Dont matter i have a 94 gp and i have sony in mine work just fine if u have 4 wires to each some one has crossed it over for boom box no big deal just use the too that make speker work

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