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Old 9th June 2004, 06:24 AM   #1
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Question speaker problem

Hey, I have a 99 explorer sport w/ factory speakers. I have factory location 6x8s (in the front doors and rear seat paneling). I wanted to run some new/upgraded speaker wire to all four of the speakers for a couple of reasons... 1) I am upgrading to Pioneer TS-A6870R 3-way speakers and 2) My back right speaker isnt making any sound and its not the speaker itself that is broken. What advice does anyone have and some step by step help would be appreciated. Thanx
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