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  1. #1 Speaker Harness 95 s14 
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    Hey i bought some alpine speakers and when i went to install them into my doors and rear, i saw on my stock speakers that theres a white plastic harness holdering thing that connects to the 2 prongs on the speakers and on the apline speakers theres just the prongs, theres nothing to connect the harness to. is there another part i go buy or do i have to cut the wires and solder them on to the 2 prongs.

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    Your speakers should have came with the wire that connects to the prongs on the speaker. Just cut the plastic off and wire them in to the new wire from the speaker. Use wire nuts or butt connectors to connect them.
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    ^ what he said.

    Also, if you are using an aftermarket head unit you should consider bypassing the stock amplifiers.

    Dug this write-up out of the past for you.
    http://240atlanta.com/forums/showthr...udio-amplifier
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    Attachment 33342Attachment 33343Attachment 33344

    ^ is the aftermarket speakers like connectors and the other two are the oem ones so since i didnt for some reason get connecters for the adapter with my speakers, should i just cut the 2 wires of the harness and rap them around the 2 prongs and solder them? would that work or no?
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    Go to walmart and buy terminals that slide onto your new speakers.

    then cut the wires and crimp / solder them to the new terminals.

    its really janky to solder the wires straight to your speakers. just saying..
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    what does Janky mean?
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    well, i went to walmart and bought a bunch of the terminal things, Basically what you guys are saying are.. 1. Cut the wires right at the harness connected to my car. put the terminals on the two prongs of the speakers and then solder the wires on the terminals.
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    What they're saying is, your alpines should have came with the connector that plugs into the speaker. Unless you bought them used.

    Sent from my PG86100 using Tapatalk 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJP Zenki View Post
    what does Janky mean?
    Ghetto/shitty.


    1. Cut off the white plug
    2. Strip the ends of the wires that used to be connected to the white plug
    3. Attach your connectors to the wires by crimping or soldering them. You should end up with something that looks similar to this. (Ignore the red connectors in the picture)


    4. Attach the connectors to the proper terminals on your speaker.


    It's pretty simple wiring man, you're making it more complicated than it needs to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chadillac View Post
    What they're saying is, your alpines should have came with the connector that plugs into the speaker. Unless you bought them used.

    Sent from my PG86100 using Tapatalk 2
    I bought them from Best Buy lol. brand new.
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