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the 5 thinner cables goes to positive lead of each speaker from the radio (input to amp) the red one to battery.You will not use the negative led for the speakers from the radio. The remaining coarse ones goes to the speakers (each pair same color to a speaker) and the red one feed radio positive led. Black is ground.
There are 3 sets of these. The ones with thinner wire are for high level input (from a stereo's speaker outputs). The two other thick sets are the speaker outputs to front and rear. They should've been attached to connectors labeled front and rear, if they aren't, you gotta find out through trial and error with the fader. Lastly, black is for ground of course, then the thin red wire is for 12V+ power (on with ignition), and the thicker red wire is power output to a deck, if you want it to turn on along with the amp/eq.
Your amp needs to be connected to your stereo via rca to the rca jacks in the back of the stereo then connect the remote wire to the remote wire in the back of your stereo it should be blue with a remote flag on it. after that you need to ground the amp and run a wire to the positive terminal on the battery. make sure you install a fuse on the wire in between the battery and the amp.
1988 Ford F150 Truck Car Radio Wire Color Codes
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Green/Yellow Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow/Black Car Radio Ground Wire: Red or Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Blue/Red Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Size: 6? Car Audio Front Speakers Location: Doors Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange/Green Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Black/White Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Green Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Black/White Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: 6? x 9? Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: Rear Corners Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Pink/Green Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Pink/Blue Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Pink/Blue Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Green/Orange
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Set your equalizer to you a V shape or U shape pattern, bass effect can only attain by adding a powered subwoofer, (amplifier and subwoofer). subwoofer without an amplifier doesn't sound good, your system doesn't have enough power to drive your subwoofer.
It could be the setup of the speakers, but I would install a crossover equalizer for your situations. A crossover equalizer is supposed to automatically filter the necessary frequencies to the correct speakers. I have used no name and brand name XverEQs and they both worked the same for me. Along with this response I am assuming you also have Mids and Highs to go along with the woofers.