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Wiring hey ya could someone help me i want to hook up some aftermarket front speakers but don't know what wires to hook up to my aftermarket head unit

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To hook up speaker's, is not that hard to do.
there are two wire's for speakers, one is the earth and the other is positive.
You will be able to tell by, one of the wire's will have two colors that will be the earth.
hook the wire's up to your speakers, it will not matter if you get them wrong.
you will not blow them, the speaker might be a bit low just swap the wire around.
do this to the other speaker and you will be fine!

Good luck!!!!

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