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Adding new speakers to the deck

I'm adding a pair of tweeters to my car... and i dont want to go through the door.. so ive been advised to hook them up through the deck which is a kenwood kdc-135... how do i do this? do i just take the tweeter wires and direct them into the right speaker and left speaker spots in the deck? please help!

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You need to know if these are Pizo tweeters or dome tweeters. If Pizo just hool them up to the white and gray wires off the kenwood. if not, then you should go to your local stereo shop and by bass blockers (small capacitors will do). this is only to "erase" the ohm load. once you have those inline of the POSITIVE wire you can hook the up to the gray and white wires. Good luck hit me back

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