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Unread 02-11-2011, 12:45 AM   #1
skidookid630
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2001 Soundbar wiring question

When I first purchased my 2001 tj the soundbar didn't work. I'm just getting around to trying to fix it and I've tested the speakers and they both work. I looked under the steering wheel where the rear speakers connect and they all seem to be there...brown/yellow, brown/blue, blue/white, and blue/red. I'm guessing theres a bad connection? If that is the problem is it possible to just re-wire them instead of having to take all the wires apart and trace them from point A to point B? Any suggestions?

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