Question about Car Audio & Video
This may seem silly, but I am going to replace the dash mounted speaker in my truck. The old speaker is junk. I have replaced the original radio with a Pioneer supertuner 3,200 watt output. I replaced the door mounted speakers with Jensen 6x9's, drilled holes in doors and added 4'' tweeters. I made a custom box for behind the seat added jensen 6x9's and 4'' tweeters also.( I know it's the typical redneck deal )
$100 truck $500 stereo. Anyhow I have a good speaker that is the same size as the one that is mounted in the middle of the dash. I can remove and replace it very easily. But I am unsure of what lead to use. I think I should use the right rear, it being the futherest from me. Anybody ever tried this and or have any ideas about it. Maybe a dumb idea, but I have the parts and the time. I am sure the amp will handle it. Please advise. Thanks
Use the right front lead as it is a front spearer fade featuer on radio will then work properly
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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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