Question about Car Audio & Video
Verify the power wires with a meter or 12v test light. then use a radio and an ear phone plug to pair off the speaker cables( attach one wire from the radio to any wire and touch the second wire to each speaker wire until you hear sound and thats one pair)
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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