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6x9s in a clio

Hi i bought jbl 6x9s for my clio but having difficulty fitting them, already cut holes in parcel shelf to sit them in but cant find were to connect them and took half the car apart in frustration lol

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Forget it...

buy some speaker cable & run them from the head unit to the boot.

from the back of the stereo connect as follows:

Rear Left
green + to Big Spade on speaker
green/black - to Small Spade on speaker

Rear Right
purple + to Big Spade on speaker
purple/black - to Small Spade on speaker

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Next, reach in and yank the other cable out too, or, if you can release the other seat-back easily in the normal way that would be better!
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With a screwdriver, remove the plastic cover that covers the boot-lock mechanism. A good torch is handy here! The 2 visible screws come out ok, but you will probably have to yank the cover off since you cant get at the bottom edge to ease it over the lock. Don't worry, it will split open, and can be popped back on later with no difficulty, just a small split in the plastic.
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OK, it sounds complicated, but actually it took me just 20 minutes, 10 of which were used up trying to decide whether or not to cut the parcel shelf!
My mechanic has now fixed the problem so my boot opens as normal now, but I don't know what he did yet as he has gone on holiday and didn't tell me what had gone wrong, but it was certainly an electrical problem. However, his list of parts used lists only wire and terminals, so I don't think the solenoid was broken, just not getting power.
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