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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Rear deck speaker install
I'm assuming that you have left the original wiring intact? If this is the case then it's a pretty simple thing to do. There should only be 2 cables one for each speaker & each cable will have a positive & negative polarity. Once you have securely fixed the speakers into place (usually screwing into place through the mounting holes provided) you just need to attach the wires to the speakers. If your car has manufacturers plugs on & don't match the speaker ones (quite often the case now) simply cut them off & replace with spade connectors of the right type/size. The most important thing is to get the polarity the same way round for both speakers!If you get them reversed you will NOT get any bass. Also remember with any new speakers they need time to run in & sound their best....so take it easy with the volume control for the first 20hrs or so of play if you want them to sound great & last longer!
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
i did this with mine, hook more wire to the wire that holds the clamp , then solder it or wrap it around the terminals on the speakers
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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