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Answer to:How can i hook these speaker to any radio using the neg and pos wires and witch wire is witch?? Posted by Kelsey Doddridge on Oct 15, 2017. With loudspeaker terminals facing you, negative or GND is left, positive or audio signal often marked with 'plus' symbol is right. Otherwise briefly touch power from a 1.5 V battery, the one which moves the cone forward is the correct polarity. Plus, if terminals are different sizes, follow Nick Elci's advice. As for 'speakers to any radio', make sure your radio or amp does not overload and cook from too-low speaker impedance. What this means is your radio may be rated at minimum 8 ohms or minimum 16 ohms per channel. If you connect a 4 ohms speaker across this radio your radio's amplifier will probably overheat and fry. I=V/R ohms law. Also, never use a lower wattage speaker than what the amplifier is designed to output at maximum volume. This damages loudspeaker, possibly tearing the diaphragm. If you need to double the ohms from say 4 to 8 ohms, connect two identical 4 ohm speakers in series or SPK-A pos to SPK-B neg. Then outside terminals are neg and pos at 8 ohms and each one at half the power output.
easy for a old timer like me ,the larger D terminal goes to the regulator and the smaller field terminal is the warning light ,now inside the main wire goes to one of the brushes and the other one goes to the casing ,to test hold casing on the NEG battery terminal and the pos one is connected to large connection and the motor will spin like a electric motor .To reverse polarity for a older + earth you reverse the connection casing to positive and the D and F connections joined together and connected to the NEG and spinm the motor ,positive earth dynamo ,simple isnt it
RED IS USUALLY POSITIVE RED-WHITE IS MORE THAN LIKELY NEGATIVE TO CHECK SPEAKER POLARITY: 1. HOOK LEADS UP AS I DESCRIBED 2.TAKE A AAA,AA,C,OR D BATTERY 3.CONNECT POSITIVE SIDE TO POS ON BATTERY...NEGATIVE TO NEG END...... 4. IF SPEAKER "CONE" PUFFS OUTWARD..POLARITY IS CORRECT. IF IT PULLS INWARD..POLARITY IS REVERSED
the (app sensor)accelerator pedal position. to test unplug the electrical connector at the accelerator pedal position sensor. Using a digital multimeter and with the key in the RUN position, check the Green wire for 5 volts (pos lead from meter to green wire, neg lead to ground). Then check the black/white wire for good ground (pos lead from meter on Green wire, neg lead to black/white wire)--should read 5 volts.
Reconnect electrical connector to sensor.
The voltage coming out of your alternator is AC voltage and has no polarity like Direct Current does. Therefore no positive and negative. Two of the wires should be formed into a plug or they'll be smaller and shorter than the other wire. These connect to the connection at the engine case. The larger gauge longer wire goes directly to the battery positive terminal.
HEY GUY..FIRST THING....GOOD JOB IN GETTING A BIG CAP :) ...SECOND I HAVE WIRED THESE FOR YEARS..ITS REALLY VERY EASY.......THE OBJECTIVE IS TO PUT THIS IN LINE WITH YOUR AMP....SO WITHIN ABOUT A FOOT AND A HALF OF YOUR AMP..YOU WANT TO 1.. CUT YOUR POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE WIRES RUNNING THE POWER TO YOUR AMP...2. YOU WILL THEN CUT THE INSULATION OFF AROUND THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE WIRES ON BOTH ENDS OF THE WIRES YOU HAVE JUST CUT(YOU WILL END UP HAVING THE 2 POS AND 2 NEG. WIRES WITH THE INSULATION PEELED OFF)... 3... YOU WILL THEN JUST HAVE THE 2 WIRES (WITH THE INSULATION GONE OFF OF THEM) OUT OF THE AMP..AND THE OTHER 2 STRIPPED OFF RUNNING TO THE CAR BATTERY (POS) AND THE (NEG) TO THE CAR FRAME OR NEG BATTERY POST... 4.. YOU WILL THEN JUST MATCH UP THE POSITIVE FROM THE AMP INTO THE POSITIVE ON THE CAP...AND THE POSITIVE GOING BACK TO THE BATTERY OF YOUR CAR TO THE POSITIVE ON THE CAPACITOR...DO THE SAME THING WITH ALL OF THE NEGATIVES....... SUMMARY.... CUT THE NEG. AND POSITIVE WIRES.WITHIN 1.5 FT FROM THE AMP.... PEEL INSULATION ON WIRES BACK ABOUT .5" ON ALL 4 WIRES.... PUT ALL THE POSITIVES TOGETHER AND ALL THE NEGATIVES TOGETHER...AND YOU CANT GO WRONG....THANK YOU Good Luck
If the wires from the reset switch is white/blue the blue wire is positive, Hdd red/white red is positive power Green/white Green is positive etc. The wires on the speaker connector will be red/black/black/white - red is positive. The colored wire is always positive. On all GA mb's the positive connection is always towards the back of the MB and are marked with a + on the base of the pin as you can see on the photo. Hope this help.