Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 04:05:52 GMT
From: "Danny Simo" <dsimonopsam.com>
Subject: Re: Radio & Speaker


1. Determine which wires have power and the test the suspected wire for continuity in the following manner. Using a "D" cell 1.5v battery touch one of the wires you believe comes from the right rear speaker (RR) to the positive (+) terminal on the battery, and with the other wire touch the negative (-) terminal. If you hear a scratchy sound coming from the RR speaker then you have located the proper wires. If not keep doing this until you find the right combination. REMEMBER, make sure that the wires you are testing in this fashion are not live. 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. Danny Simo East Brunswick, NJ (732)257-3983 Paul Aspinall <Paulnopsamaspinall.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message news:7n5hih$nml$1nopsam5.svr.pol.co.uk... > Hi > I have installed a new Radio to my 9000 CS '92. > > I can get ALL the speakers to work, apart from the right rear speaker. > > Does anyone know which colour or wires go to the right rear speaker?? > > Has anyone any suggestions why it would not work?? All other speakers are > OK. > > What is likely to have gone wrong?? > > Thanks > > Paul > > >

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