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Changing steroes i have a 1993 ford fairlane with a alpine premium stereo system in it. I want to remove that radio and install an after market one in its place, the problem is that i dont know what wire does what and that the factory stereo has a sub woofer in it system and i cant find any trace of the amp so that i can get the rear speakers to work on the new stereo. I would appreciate some help. Cheers....

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Their should be a bunch of other wires with light colors that are your speakers. If this info don't match. Buy a power tester and ground it and test each wire.

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