Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Any aftermarket speaker you buy will not have that style plug. you need to cut off the original connector on the wiring, and use the connector for the aftermarket speakers - there are a couple different style connectors, whoever you buy the speakers from can provide the proper connectors that you will crimp onto the wiring. good luck!
Posted on May 10, 2010
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Remove the screws holding the dash speaker grilles in place, with the appropriate right angle screwdriver.
Remove the screws holding the speaker in place, again with the appropriate right angle screwdriver.
Lift the speakers from the dash. Disconnect the harness securing the wire to the factory speakers.
Connect the aftermarket speakers to the speaker harness adapter's flying leads. Connect the adapter end to the factory harness plug, sticking out out of the dash.
Set the aftermarket speakers back into the factory holes, and secure them with the original screws. Replace the grille covers, and secure them with the original screws.
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