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David Ashton
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Hi

I have a 1998 Conquest. I am replacing the front speaker. The left front speaker is not producing sound.

The wires between the coupling in the door and the speaker seem ok, so the fault is elsewhere. Does anyone know where I can find a diagram of the wiring from the stereo to the speaker? I am having trouble where the wiring in the door goes, without taking it out of the door and creating a mess.

Can I simply rewire from the fusebox to the speaker, ignoring the existing wiring?

Thanks

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3 hours ago, David Ashton said:

Can I simply rewire from the fusebox to the speaker, ignoring the existing wiring?

 The speaker wiring won't go through a fuse box.

You can go straight from the headunit to the speaker. It is far easier to check for continuity using a multimeter.

Don't rule out a headunit fault either. If it is aftermarket, check for dodgy wiring.

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44 minutes ago, David Ashton said:

Thanks Trent.

One further question if I may. How do I get the wiring to the speaker?

 

Thanks

 

David

You follow the original path as closely as possible.

Check the original wiring with a multimeter before going to that effort. You can get cheap ones.

Consider professional assistance if this seems too difficult.

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1 hour ago, David Ashton said:

How do I get it through to the door?

The same as the factory did. It's not a fun job.

2 hours ago, trentmeyer23 said:

Check the original wiring with a multimeter before going to that effort. You can get cheap ones.

Do this first.

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There is a big risk in 'playing around' with the wiring to the speaker - any speaker. It is very easy to blow the particular side's output transistor in the unit - radio or amplifier. In fact it could be already 'gone'.  It is a very tricky job and better handled by a professional auto radio technician.

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