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    Icon32 how do i wire the speakers to the amp???

    i've run the power wire, and the rca's (on seperate sides of the car) but i can't figure out how/where to connect the ends of the speaker wire (from the amp) to the door speakers...im soo confused!







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    Re: how do i wire the speakers to the amp???

    you run the speaker wires back from the amp to where the doors connect to the body and then you need to find like a rubber boot or something to protect the wires when the door opens and closes and then feed the wire through there and then just connect it to your speaker



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    Re: how do i wire the speakers to the amp???

    thanks for the response. i have a nissan maxima 97, and the other day, i took off the door panel to check it out, and it already has a rubber boot on it with the speaker wires running from the speaker through the boot to the HU. do i just try to take that rubber boot off and put another one on with the new wires?

    the only thing im worried about is that there are ALOT of other wires running through there, and i don't want to disconnect anything that shouldn't be....i don't know. maybe im just a retard.

    any other suggestions?




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    Re: how do i wire the speakers to the amp???

    don't remove the factory boot, jsut either try to shove the new wires through it, use the old wires, or take the old wires out to make room for the new ones



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    Re: how do i wire the speakers to the amp???

    If you can get a piece of old wire through, then twist and tape it to your speaker wire you can pull the wires to the side you want them. Makes it easier than just pushing it.




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