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Speaker issues Ok I hooked up this stereo and everything was fine until I put in a CD and then it only played out of two speakers went back to radio all 4 worked cd only gets two i am at a loss.

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Disconnect whatever wire is connected to the blue wire behind your head unit. Re-connect it to the blue/white wire, instead.

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Car Radio Ground Wire: Chassis or Strap
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Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Red
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there are 2 blue wires........dont hook the blue to blue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hook blue to the blue/white wire!!!!!!!!!!! problem solved. so e-z huh? lol i did the same thing.
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