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You may have blown the inline fuses for output sound. Amps have alot of fuses under the hood. take the amp cover off and check all fuses are not blown / wire broke inside fuse. Some fuses are hidden under circuit boards on some amps, check everywhere possible to check all fuses. If all fuses are fine and no broken wires inside them, you may have loose connection where your speaker wire ports are inside the amp. Check they arent black or loose. if they black they are blown as there usually soldered (a silver colour)
There is a short in your wiring somewhere, unfortunately, it would be impossible for me to tell you where it's at. The best advice I could give you is to start at the speakers and work your way back. Hope this helps and good luck!
Open your boot, disconnect the wires from the terminals, unscrew the speaker. Remove the speakers. If you're upgrading from 6x6s to 6x9s and the whole is too small you will need to mount them on spacers. Screw the new speakers down from inside the car. You will need to wire the wires in the same configuration as your old speakers.
Wiring 4 speakers to each of 2 channels, you will need to wire them series-parallel and run them at 4 ohms. If you wire all 4 parallel, the load will be 1 ohm and the amp is only stable down to 2 ohms.
According to your manual, the 201s will deliver 50 watts into each channel at 4 ohms . So it will be supplying about 12.5 watts per speaker which is about what you get with the average factory radio. They will work OK, but they're not going to be very loud.
I would run a 250-500 watt 2 channel high input capable amp. run the original wires to the orginal speakers and jump off the original wires to the amp to push the secondary 6X9's you have. So my understanding is. you want the 4 original speakers and subs and add 2 additional speakers making 6 speakers not uncluding subs..
Head units care barely push 4 decent normal size speaker. Usually they are 30-55watt per channel. If you have 2 non sub speakers that are 250 watt max.. that's 500 total but don't push the amp all the way...start with it at 1/4 and listen to your stereo at a higher than nominal volume slowly turning up the amp.