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How to hook up autotek speakers in the rear for caprice classic 92???

Autotek693T speakers and I don't know how the wiring goes. Someone plz tell me how to hook these up plz.

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Easy fix. The factory has fitted a special socket to connect direct to factory speakers. Just cut this off and connect the wiring from your new speakers to the factory wiring. Use insulated connectors or solder and tape up the wiring. Make sure that the speaker wire with a "trace" or line of colour through it marries up with the same wire in the car. Cheers.

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

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well first to decode the wire corlusthe darkest one is all wayz negtive. and a 18, or a 16 gauge wire should would work fine run it to ur amp from the fuse box let me no if that works

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