Question about Mazda 626
More then likely the speakers are blown. wires don't go "bad" like that
in a car unless exposure to moisture, and for that to happen the pvc
sleeve on the wires had to be exposed (all the wires exposed at once? )
for the copper wiring to corrode.
either that they were wired in wrong at some point.
left front speaker wires grey (-) tan(+) * note there is also a grey wire in that bundle that is for the dimmer light
right left yellow (+) brown (-)
hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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