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Chevy Tahoe radio wiring problems

I just installed a sony cd player in my girlfriend's 96 Chevy Tahoe. The speakers worked fine with the factory radio. There are six speakrs in all. Two in the front doors, two in the rear doors and two in the very back mounted to the ceiling. They all worked fine before i installed the new cd player. Now the back door speakers aren't working at all and the ceiling mounted speakers sound distorted. I checked all the wiring at the harness and seems to be correct. What can i do to fix this?

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  • danlwelch Nov 09, 2008

    I have the same problem with a Pioneer stereo. I am thinking there is an additional amplifier that I am not addressing properly, but all the wires in the harness are connected.

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I had the same problem and here's what fixed it. By default, I did not connect the blue/white striped remote wire to the harness. Apparently there is an amp somewhere in the vehicle I did not know about. After looking at the factory wiring and the aftermarket harness, I noticed that the remote wire was used and I connected it with the remote wire on the harness and everything came up and worked perfect.

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Based on what u said did you add new wires for the speakers or did u use existing wire, if u installed new wires then maybe somehow 1 or some of the speaker wires is grounded but the most important question is, is your new sony unit pre-wired for 6 speakers out, i don't think so or unless if u added a amp, if nothing was added like a amp or crossover then u just can't hook up extra speakers by simply parallel connection, this where a amp comes in play,2 rca output to 4 or more speakers out, if u just simply connect extra speakers it won't have enough power to power them correctly, see your stock unit has a built in amp to run those 6 Bose speakers, unlike aftermarket units where an amp is most likely used.

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  • chino38_1 Mar 11, 2009

    Based on what u said did you add new wires for the speakers or did u
    use existing wire, if u installed new wires then maybe somehow 1 or
    some of the speaker wires is grounded but the most important question
    is, is your new sony unit pre-wired for 6 speakers out, i don't think
    so or unless if u added a amp, if nothing was added like a amp or
    crossover then u just can't hook up extra speakers by simply parallel
    connection, this where a amp comes in play,2 rca output to 4 or more
    speakers out, if u just simply connect extra speakers it won't have
    enough power to power them correctly, see your stock unit has a built
    in amp to run those 6 Bose speakers, unlike aftermarket units where an
    amp is most likely used.

    Chino


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