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Rear speaker out?

My display on the deck will have "REAR LINE OUT" when the deck is off. Is the line from the deck to the speaker out, or is it the speaker itself? I know it sounds stupid. All rear speakers are out though.(Doors and rear headline) I have a '99 Tahoe.

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This procedure can be found at autozone.com. You can register for free, listing make, model, year, and engine size. Find procedure under "repair guides". Good illustrations, too.
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If your installing a new stereo deck you should get a wire harness from walmart $10-$20..
this will make it easy work!! the harness will have labeled wires.

If you cut the wires then i need the make and year of the car to help more.

On the new deck most have the same colors..

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If you have an aftermarket deck this will be much more simple. You simply run your RCA outputs from your deck to your external amplifier. Aftermarket decks typically have front rear and subwoofer outputs. That means you can drive a four channel amp for your front and rear and a two channel amp for your subwoofer. This is the recommended way to go.
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Need a wiring diagram for a radio on a 93 Explorer. The speaker wires in my truck are Green, Purple with white stripe, yellow, blue w/white stripe, Lt. Blue , Orange w/white strip, brown, and red w/white...


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Ground Black

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Dimmer n/a

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Page 14 of your owners manual details the setting procedure while page 31 shows the connections. The manual incorrectly refers to the FRONT line outputs on page 14. Use the REAR line outs instead. If you do not have a manual, you can download the PDF version here at Crutchfields's web site. Ignore the "DISCONTINUED" notice (it's an old head unit), and scroll down the left just under "What's in the box" and click the "download owners manual" link.

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