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I recently bought a 2001 Jeep Cherokee (and after browsing through these forums, I'm now a little paranoid by all the issues they seem to have with audio). Anyway, when I bought it, only three of the speakers were working (the rear pair and the front passenger side). The factory speakers that were installed were crap and I was going to get an after-market HU to replace the factory HU, so I picked up 4 speakers and a new HU. Installed the HU and the speakers and the front driver's side still doesn't work, which leads me to believe the wire is crap. It's not an infinity system, so there's nothing in between.
So, in light of all that, does anyone have any tips for getting new speaker wire run, and run through the the same conduit that the current wire is run? This is the first time I've installed a system on my own, and this is about the end of my expertise level.
AaronGNP:So, in light of all that, does anyone have any tips for getting new speaker wire run, and run through the the same conduit that the current wire is run? This is the first time I've installed a system on my own, and this is about the end of my expertise level.
2002 Ford Focus JVC KD-A815 Sony CDX-GT410u Sony XT-100HD HD Tuner Stock speakers, no amp, no subs
Any advice on running wire to the back speakers? I have a 2008 two door, regular cab Ford Ranger and just replaced my factory speakers (in the door) with Pioneer TS-A6882R's. I want to put the old factory speakers (until I can buy something better) in the back speaker mounts, since the dang truck did not come with back speakers (thanks Ford!) but when I removed the grill I found that there does not even appear to be cabling routed for the rear speakers.
My guess is that this will be quite a pain...
This is my first post here, so sorry if I am derailing this thread. I will gladly start a new one if you all would prefer.
Basically, it's just pulling the trim panels and running the wire behind them to the new speakers, but I don't have specifics on your truck.
You are correct. There is no cabling ran to the rear speakers on the Rangers. Mine is the same way.
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