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Speakers won't work

I bought an after-market harness adapter to wire my stereo to a 1991 Ford F-250 pick-up, the prior owner of the truck installed different speakers and now I have power going to the deck, but no sound from the eakers, what do I do?

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Are the wires connected to the same colour. e.g. green to green, and each specker should have two wires connected.

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