Re-wiring speakers...

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  1. The Green GT

    The Green GT Active Member

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    Well im getitng tired of only having a front passenger speaker, and a rear driver speaker (which cuts out half the time) so I am bypassing my factory amp and running new wires.

    So my question.. where do the wires ruin? And im assuming some of the back panels will have to come off. How do they come off?

    And if any one knows which wires on a DEH-P6500 go to which speakers, that would be great too. Ive lost my manual.
     
  2. cobra4978

    cobra4978 Well-Known Member

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    We ran all the apeaker wires in my car man it's no big deal at all none of the back panels have to come off except for the ones in the trunk which are no trouble at all run your wire from the speaker to the passenger side of the trunk then into the panel from there tuck it into your back seat and come out down where your kick panels are just pop those off and run your wire under them to the rubber gromet where the passenger door hinges are and then come out under your dash then head for your radio i know it sounds confusing if you need it i'll take some photos and put them on here you should'nt have to remove any panels except for the trunk just tuck the wire in around the seat
     
  3. 916_5.0

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    Do you have the mach system cause that makes it a bit of a pain in the ass.
     
  4. The Green GT

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    Luckily I do not have the Mach 460. just the Super Sound
     
  5. The Green GT

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    Post the pictures if you dont mind. They couldnt hurt. lol
     
  6. Lightning Struck

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    super sound?
     
  7. The Green GT

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    SS.

    Ive always heard the non-mach was called Super sound.

    And i like to say I have a Mustang SS. :rollinglaugh:
     
  8. cobra4978

    cobra4978 Well-Known Member

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    My trunk is gutted right now for the trip to the track but the wires would run from the speakers to the side of the trunk and behind the panels that are normally there. then through the rear seat.
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    They come out the other side (i have them pulled so you can see
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    Then tucked into the seat
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    They come out at the bottom of the seat cussion and go into the door sill at the bottom of the door
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    tucked
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    Then go through the kick panel and out the top and under the dash to the radio
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    I used 16 guage wire for all my speakers but you can go smaller than that if you want
    Hope this helps!!!
     
  9. The Green GT

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    Thanks. I dont have my back seat anymore, I have a custom RSD so Im sure that will add some aggravation to it.
     
  10. The Green GT

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    Also, one down, 3 to go. the door grommets arent that bad if you pull them out and put a coat hanger through, then tape the wire to it and pull it back through.