Question about Car Audio & Video
I use a AA battery. Take a short piece of speaker wire, cut two pieces about 3 inches long, strip it on both ends. Use black electrical tape and tape one wire on each end of the battery. On the end not taped to the battery twist the wires so they don't fray out. Now when you pull out your factory deck you can use the battery across the two wires for each speaker lead, it will make a crackle sound letting you know which speaker you are on.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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