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I have installed new Pioneer 300W TS-G971m in rear speakers in a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am and have very low volume. Have tried every wire combo and still low volume and little bass?? Out of ideas and would appreciate any other help. The wiring on speakers are white vs car installed brow,yellow, deep blue and light blue Thanks

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The brown wire is the LR+,yellowLR-. The drk blue is the RR+,lt blue is the RR-.If this dose not work test speakers.IF speakers work make sure you have a good output from stereo with the old speakers.Are you using the factory deck?

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