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Wiring diagrams for installing tweeters and crossovers in a door

I need a diagram to show which wires go where when installing tweeters and crossovers to a door speaker.

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Try 12voltresource.com or google "wiring diagrams for car audio"

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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