First of all you will need to snip the factory connector off near the speaker(s) you intend to replace. Then it is a matter of trial and error to get the correct polarity. If the polarity is reversed, you will still get sound out of the speaker, however, the tone coming out of the speaker will be higher (little to no bass). If that happens, reverse the wires and mount the speakers.
Attach the wiring harness to the back of the new speakers. Secure the speakers into place with the retaining screws. Put the speaker covers on.
Connect the wiring harness to the back of your new speakers. Secure the speakers into place with the retaining screws. Put the speaker cover on and secure it into place.
http://www.modifiedlife.com/2000-ford-explorer-car-radio-stereo-wiring-diagram/ factory wiring color codes
The Pontiac Montana does not come with a factory installed amp in the sound system. The wiring goes directly from the radio to the speakers.
it could be as easy as swapping the wires on your speaker to reverse the polarity also there should be proper speaker wire used for wiring speakers but if they are factory fitted this should not be a problem also check your speakers for any sign of damage what you could do as a test is to swap the wiring for the front speakers with the wiring for the rear speakers if the problem moves to the back speakers then its a wiring problem but if the problem is still on the front then its probably the speaker is at fault the beat way to do that test would be to actually move the speakers temporarily rather than moving the wiring
Remove the speaker covers from your 1997 Mercury. Remove the door speaker retaining screws. Remove the door speaker wiring harness. Reverse the process to install your new door speakers.
No. You buy a waring harness and connect it to the car wiring and the amp to the speakers there behind the radio.
If you mean how do you connect it to the wiring, then you will need to find an adapter for the factory wiring in the car.
There is a relay to your power antenna that signals the Factory preamp to turn on thus sending power to your rear speakers. If you look in your trunk and the wiring to the power antenna if you short these out your speakers will come on.
The stereo wiring diagram for a 1988 Mercury Grand Marquis is available from a factory service repair manual. These manuals can be found online and PDF. format.
go to wal-mart they have a harness that plugs into the factory harness and wires to radio
I don't believe there is one. I had to have mine wired in.
first, take the door panels off. next, there are four screws you have to remove. after that the speakers can be removed from the door, do not forget to disconnect the wiring harness from the speaker.
If you have a Cherokee from 1984-1996 with speakers that would have gone in the tailgate, then if you take off the interior tailgate panel (be careful not to break any clips!) and the wiring should be behind it. Just install your new speakers and replace the interior tailgate panel. If you have a Cherokee from 1997-2001 with speakers that would have gone in the ceiling, then take down the headliner temporarily and wiring will be in the roof. It's probably easiest to get a soundbar off of eBay or at your local junkyard and install the bracket and soundbar in the factory location, then connect the wires to the speakers in the soundbar. There is always rear speaker wire going from the radio in the front to speakers in the rear.
You can buy a speaker harness. An adapter that connect the positive and negative from the speaker into the stock harness.
Not all 1500's where built with it. If it is there it will be above the parking brake.
You have to go purchase an aftermarket wiring harness. that will plug into the factory harness then you can wire it to the aftermarket radio.
Yes, with correct wiring you can connect your car cd player to a stereo amplification system.
????? if more than one speaker is connected to a sound channel, the speakers should Not be connected in series. there may be a resultant impedance mismatch (with the amplifier/receiver) when this is done.
Need a little more information: After-market or factory stereo? Are you doing speakers as well? Do you know if any wiring will need repair?
The speakers are probably not connected or the wiring from the speakers to the receiver are faulty.
Many vehicles do not come equipped from the factor with trailer wiring. You may need to connect them yourself or have someone do it for you.
color codes for wiring on factory stereo on 2008 Nissan sentra?
Could be a short in the factory wiring...i am having the same issue only reverse...my rear function fine but i get no sound out of the fronts...I would hard wire them myself...get some speaker wire run it from the speaker to head unit, hide the wire like you would if installing an Amp...get the wiring diagram for the stock speakers and splice your new wires into the factory system as close as you can to the head unit...if it still dosent work the head unit may have some bad channels