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Wiring in speakers

I'm trying to determine the accessory wire on my dash switch so I can splice in (splice connector) for my new amp. I don't have a ohm meter (don't know how to use it anyway). Should I buy one and learn or is there another way?

This is for the 2 speaker handle bar setup. For use with an Ipod.

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Solution would be in my eyes definately buy the meter, you'll use it more.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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    Harley Morris Oct 08, 2009

    For the sake of your ipod and your harley learn how to use an ohmmeter it will save you alot of time and headaches
    good luck



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