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So I have a 4 channel Dual xpr-84d running my front tweets and rear coaxials. I didnt have the RCAs I needed for my front mids (not long enough) so the installer hooked up my rear coaxials and front tweets until the RCAs were installed. So now, I installed them, and I dont know which wires to cut. The front left door speaker wire is the same color as the tweeter wire. The speakers are 2 8ohm skar fsx 6.5s and 2 4 ohm massive audio ct 2 tweeters. Seems like it should be a simple fix but for some reason I cant figure it out. If anyone could point me in the right direction it would be awesome.
 

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