Alright i think i done fucked up when i replaced my rear speaker in my grand am there was 4 wires the were the same so i just wired them together any help would b much appreciated thx

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Asked by Sep 07, 2014 at 01:11 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: Car Customization

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my '12 camaro dark green or lt blue is - neg blue is + for left... right black - neg. and blue +. ...what colors are yours???

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2 r straight red the other 2 r black with a red strip

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And they fo work to an extent so idont think i got the wiring wrong

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Damn, you mean you can curse on here...well alright!

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You should be able to find the wiring diagram on line for that car, but it came with several different radios and speaker setups. Basically, you need a speaker that takes advantage of the way the radio is wired. And to do that, you need to first know if the car radio is a 2 speaker, 4 speaker, or 5, or 6 speaker setup. The harness may be set up for a single dual cone (woofer+tweeter) rear speaker, or two speakers. For the best sound, you need to identify the right pair of wires for your setup. (Reds go the + terminal on each speaker, but that's not the whole story). If you bought a dual-cone speaker that has it's own crossover, it will only have one set of terminals. In that case, use the wires that were meant for the bass speaker. It will work wired backwards, but not well.

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