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Disconnect all speakers
Meter power, remote, ground at amp, if all is good move on, if not check main fuses
Turn amp on; If in protect mode then your amp is toast
Turn amp on, if not in protect mode then start reconnecting speakers one by one until your amp goes into protect mode, then you'll know which speaker is bad.
Red=Power (from radio fuse) Yellow= Constant Power (battery) Black= Ground Blue= Remote (power antenna)
The speakers are a little foggy to me (sorry), but I do know fronts and backs, just not 100% on left and right. Purple/Purple and Black= Right Rear Green/Green and Black= Left Rear White/White and Black= Left Front Grey/Grey and White= Right Front
hello melgiblett, as adding additional speakers to you current factory speakers will cause and abundance of power drain, you head unit is only designed to handle 4 speakers.. the only option would be to either splice your front or rear speakers to the new 6x9's, however you will notice a significant drop in audio volume and quality as your head unit would not be powerful enough to run all 6. with the assistance of an amplifier, you may be able to acheive all 6 speakers