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6x9 hook up

I have a 2000 grand am and have already taken out the old 6x9 speakers. i put in new jl speakers but no sound somes out. the old 6x9s had two little copper wires attached to them and when i took out the old ones they ripped off the speakers do i have to attach these copper wires to the new speakers? cause just connecting the clip doesnt work.

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    james kappers May 11, 2010

    those two copper wires are most likley the two outputs from your radio for the speaker. can you clarify on the clip

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Yes conect the wire to the new speakers and it has to work

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