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Most cars come with a standard amp, are you trying to replace the standard amp with a new one? If so then first look for any universal harnesses that will plug directly into the car you have and then into the amp you have. If you can't find any, you will have to modify yourself. You will be looking for the inputs/ to outputs. You also will need pwr and rem. This is a constant 12v and a regulated 12v.
The actual aerial normally a single plug with a pointy end on it which plugs into the back of the radio.If the 2 leads red and green are separate wires they sound like the power to release the aerial for semi auto pop up aerial or motor drive if it has motor attached.Depending on your radio the aerial will operate when turned on ,if not then for radio aerial with motor you will have to fit a 2 way switch
All car door cards are held on by a combination of screws in handles corners or hiding under push in plastic 'finish' plugs & also press in plastic fixings.
Often these screws have torx heads or just Phillips crossheads on older models. The trick is to work your way around searching for -removing screws, then slide a flat-head under card, if all removed it starts popping off, go around until it will come away for you (unless there is a hidden screw you missed). BE READY to unplug electric windows pwr mirror speaker connections though!. Dave UK.
This is a 6 ohm speaker, which should be wired to a 6 ohm outlet, but 4 ohm outlet is working, so allow it to stay like that. If you try to connect to 2 or 1 ohm outlet, the performance will actually worsen. In electrical theory, maximum power is transferred to a load (speaker) when the impedance is a match. You already have a mis-match of 6 to 4 ohm, but it is close enough. Try not to go farther away from maximum power transfer. Your speaker will draw too much current on a 1 or 2 ohm outlet and you may end up blowing fuses, too.