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2002 Grand am gt monsoon, hook up rear aftermarket speakers

I have the monsoon system and i have already placed the aftermarket speakers in the holders, my problem is the speakers( they are a Sub and a Tweeter combined) them selves only have 2 places to attach the speaker wires but i have 4 wires that need to be attached to each of the speakers (2 Subwoofer, 2 Tweeter)

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You have to test them, either should work fine (as in use either pair) if that doesn't work connect one pair at a time and listen for the difference, one pair might be for factory midrange and other for tweeter.. there are two different wiring configurations...

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