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Alpine Cdm- 7834 wiring help

Need to hook up to a 89 ford tempo with a factory amp that only has 5 wire speaker input. alpine has 8 speaker wires. how do i combine the negative speaker wires to hook up to the factory amp?

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Bypass amp and run new wires to all speakers ,,,, will sound better .

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

Just use any negative wire you only need one wire from the negetive.

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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