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Unread 05-07-2008, 06:10 AM   #1
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02 liberty speaker wire colors

i need to know what the speaker wire colors are for the front door speakers of an 02 liberty. thanks mo-fo's

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now all i need to do is learn how to work on my own stuff, that is prolly 5-10 years down the road though
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Unread 05-07-2008, 12:15 PM   #2
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Can't you just take the speaker out and look for yourself? Why do you need to know this?
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Unread 05-07-2008, 04:59 PM   #3
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welcome to the site and thanks for the rude sounding reply. maybe i just misunderstood. sure i can look for myself all day long but the positives and negatives will not be marked, so just taking off the door panel and seeing purple and green wires on one speaker and yellow and brown on the other (made up colors by the way) will not tell me anything. thats the joy of the internet, people helping people, and saving time.
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Unread 05-07-2008, 07:12 PM   #4
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Oh ok I understand now. I guess I should have assumed that you were wondering about the polarity. You might want to checkout crutchfield.com. They should have wiring diagrams and such that can help you. Also have you taken them out to look because the terminals on the speakers could be marked.
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Unread 05-07-2008, 07:48 PM   #5
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actually, i got the speakers from crutchfield and my buddy that i deal with there, Doc, says that they have no harness plugs for the Liberty. he looked for other year models and stuff but there was none. i took the speakers out when i first got it and put in some MOMO components and then when i decided to sell it 3 months later, i took the MOMO's out and put the stockers back in (one has NO sound coming out and the other sounds like a handful of pennies on a upward firing sub). Instead of selling the liberty we sold my wifes 03 Accord so now we need to replace the speakers in the front doors since its her new daily driver.

i talked to a friend who works the counter at TNT car stereo and she said for me to come by there tomorrow and we could look at a wiring harness for radio installs in Libertys and figure out which ones they are pretty easily. for example, if the bottom 4 wires are them on the aftermarket harness you could look at the wires that they would meet up to if it were plugged together. simple enough. I'll post back in this thread when we get it figured out for people doing future searches.
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Unread 05-15-2008, 03:25 PM   #6
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swapped in the new speakers the other day. there were 10 wires going into/out of that plug on the back of the speaker. found a site that showed me which wires i was looking for. ran new wire from those two to the new Alpines +/-. Then I had to use a torx bit and take the factory amp off of the back of the speaker because it powered the dash and rear speakers. plugged it back in and wrapped it in fatmat and put it in the bottom of the door where it wouldn't rattle. I hated to do that but it had to stay in and there was NOWHERE it would go and the window still function. the fronts are powered by the radio and they sound ok to me. my wife isnt nearly as picky as me, so it's all good. On Monday maybe I will put in a small amp and a 8" sub in a box under the rear seat.
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