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Stock Speakers wont work with new stereo plzzzz HELP

I just bought a new Sony Xplod headdash stereo and
i have a 1998 Ford Explorer.
The new stereo works with all the speakers i hook it up with
but when I try my stock speakers no sound!! and I used the EQ to see
if it there was sound from at least one side and nothing!.
Then I put my stock radio back and the speakers work fine, I had
a friend tell me that theres is a wire that needs to be plugged in into
a blue wire from my new stereo but i dont know which it is.
PLease help me and thank you!!

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  • edsonedsquiv May 13, 2009

    i found the the aux amp, and my new head unit does have preamp outputs 1 for rear sub,one for front, and one for out like for dvd player.

    But how do i make my speakers work again? like what do i connect?

  • edsonedsquiv May 13, 2009

    hello?

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U have a Factory audio auxiliary amp in the truck, the radio is just a head unit with a preamp feeding a main amp, that is behind the right rear 1/4 panel trim panel in the cargo area, if your new sound unit has preamp outputs use them, other wise u must wire around the Ford factory amplifier.

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