Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 15:03:46 +0200
From: "Jan Soderberg" <jan.soderbergnopsamPAM.mecel.se>
Subject: Re: Radio & Speaker


Danny Simo wrote in message ... >1. Determine which wires have power... >2. If the speaker was working prior to this, you are probably dealing with >an open circuit. If can't locate it then just run a new set of wires, and >try to follow the same route as the original, this would help minimize >engine/alternator noise. > This goes for the 93 but I think it's valid also for the '92: The colour code for the wires are blue/white and read/white. The fault is probably in some connector, not in the wires. Check from the amp backward for voltage (AC setting) in the connector. Three possible locations, the amp connector, the speaker connector - or in a mid-way connector that is used only for the rear right speaker. That connector is located to the left side of the trunk, behind the lining, below the electic antenna mount. It's a connector with 10 terminals, colour codes as above. Jan Soderberg

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