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Unread 11-05-2010, 07:41 PM   #1
lilngineer
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2004 Liberty KJ Standard 6 Speaker Wiring

Hi-

I recently bought my KJ and I want to replace the speakers but I am unsure of how it's wired.

Does anyone know how the dash 2.5" speakers are powered? Are they run in parallel off the front door speakers?

Do they have a filter?

Keep in mind this is for the standard 6spkr system, not the infinity.

Do the front door speakers have the same 6 pin plug as the infinity's do?

I am wondering if I could purchase the infinity speakers and add them to the system (plug and play) or would it have to be rewired?

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