Question about Scosche Industries Scosche Slc4 Speaker High Level Converter
I've installed a Sony head unit into my 1994 Bronco using a wire harness, but I can't get my speakers to play. If I directly hook a extra car speaker from another system to the unit, it plays fine. But when I hook the unit to the wire harness, I get no sound to the factory speakers. Do I need some sort of adapter?
Are you using and after market harness to go from your bronco to the harness to the new radio. if so make sure all the colors are matched up (e.i. purple to purple, purple/black to purple/black). did the speakers work before the aftermarket unit. Also check the wiring at the oem speakers
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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