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Infinity gold bypassed amp. Now rear speakers dont work

Old 04-01-2018, 07:22 PM
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All stock. Pretty sure amp was bad with only r/r spkr working. Cut both pins on amp, got two front door spkrs working and checks out with bal/fade. Not messing with tweets, as I couldnít get any sound. But r/r did work, and now both rear door spkrs donít work. Do the rear spkrs need the amp to work? Or can rear door spkrs work on stock head radio? Itís wired up right according to pin diagrams, however when I took rear doors off to look, both rear speakers have same color wires going to them. Happy I have the front two. Any ideas/advice on the rear ones would be greatly appreciated! Happy Easter!! Peter
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I don't have an immediate answer but the following link to WJjeeps has all the wiring diagrams and pinouts for the WJ radio systems. Second link is for replacement amplifier.
http://www.wjjeeps.com/audiowire.htm

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Jeep-Grand-...Zaup5e&vxp=mtr
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All stock. Pretty sure amp was bad with only r/r spkr working. Cut both pins on amp, got two front door spkrs working and checks out with bal/fade. Not messing with tweets, as I couldnít get any sound. But r/r did work, and now both rear door spkrs donít work. Do the rear spkrs need the amp to work? Or can rear door spkrs work on stock head radio? Itís wired up right according to pin diagrams, however when I took rear doors off to look, both rear speakers have same color wires going to them. Happy I have the front two. Any ideas/advice on the rear ones would be greatly appreciated! Happy Easter!! Peter
I would just bypass stock Infinty AMP
run new speaker wires from new head unit to each speaker
I plan to do the same soon with a new Double Din Kenwood DVD and Focal speakers, JL Sub and amps
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Yup. Head unit/amp combined and head unit alone also has weird squiggly noise. I got the two front oneís working for now. End of the month Iíll replace radio. I have two r-Fosgate amps, one for the 4 reg spkrs, and 1 for the 10Ē sub/box that was in my old Taurus. Prolly blow the 4 stock speakers eventually. Later Iíll get 4 new speakers and wires. Just gotta research crutchfield and find radio thatís compatible with steering wheel controls and pick up wires for the 10ís and amp.
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