Question about Car Audio & Video
Need help hooking up speakers in rear.
Yeah, you are going to have to cut off that factory speaker connection, but leave a few inches of wire on the end so you can re-attatch that connector later, should you sell the car, re-install the factory speakers and keep your after market speakers for another car. one of the wires has a stripe on them, (never mind the color) connect the stripe factory wires to the stripe speaker wires with 'wire-nuts', or twist the bared wire and tape them with electrical tape, the stripe wire to the positive speaker post. the other wire will of course go to the negative speaker post. once you have both speakers wired up, play some music with good bass, and move your speaker balance from one side to the other, if your speakers are connected properly you will hear more bass with both speakers than with the balance all the way left, or all the way right.
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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