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    Speaker Wiring Diagram... *

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semi-Hemi
    Wiring Color chart

    Here are the actual wiring diagrams for the 3 different audio systems,
    1)base 4 speaker


    2) 6 speaker non-amplified (notice that the dash speakers are in parallel with the front doors.


    3) 8 Speaker (dash,center,door,rear,sub) amplified

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    http://members.cox.net/05magnum/Wiri...reo_wiring.htm

    I redid the diagrams and put them on a site. Now you can actually read the color codes.
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    for quick reference to those of us that need to run our own wiring for the dash speakers.
    with the BA dash speakers, if u look closely at the connector(straight down at the prongs) on the speaker, u will see a 1 on one side and a 2 on the other side of the the connector..

    1 is positive..
    2 is negative..

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    Linkie no workie! Please fix!

    Quote Originally Posted by Semi-Hemi View Post
    http://members.cox.net/05magnum/Wiri...reo_wiring.htm

    I redid the diagrams and put them on a site. Now you can actually read the color codes.

    THANKS!

    SyNyStR

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    Dead Link

    Quote Originally Posted by JamminWagon View Post
    http://members.cox.net/05magnum/Wiri...reo_wiring.htm

    I redid the diagrams and put them on a site. Now you can actually read the color codes.
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    is there a place to install a remote wire in the ba with the amp my switched harness negated to have one even though the wire sheet said it was there

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    Quote Originally Posted by XeenoMorph View Post
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    Opps let me see where I put the sucker when i moved

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    Awesome Thread!!!

    Thanks !

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    I am trying to tap into the rear subwoofer wires to get the signal for another subwoofer amp. Does anyone know what the different color wires up the subwoofer are for? Postive negative? left right ?
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    Links Fixed

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    Awesome wiring diagrams, will help me install my amp and sub. Thanks!
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    does anyone have download sheets for 77kick34 amp

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    Post 3 is super helpful if you're reusing the factory connector.

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    I know I'm reviving a long dead thread, but will my Magnum with the BA system still have the outputs for the subwoofer in the harness that I can tap into or are those wires just omitted from the connector? I want to add an external amp and sub to my factory Boston system.

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    On my 2008 Magnum with the BA system.
    On my car there is a connector (C200) on the driver's side that connects the
    electrical stuff in the dash with the rest of the car. Pins 37 and 38 are wired on the
    dash side and are not populated on the car side of the connector. I believe they are
    gray/brown pin 5 and dark green/brown pin 14 at the plug in the amplifier (to base
    amplifier). I picked up power and ground by the battery, and the amp “on” signal
    from the fuse box fuse that controls the power plug so that the amplifier is powered
    anytime the accessories are powered. I twisted the signal wires (three to four twists
    per inch) since they ran along with all the other wires from the front to the rear, and
    didn't want to pick up some stray signals. The amplifier worked best switched for
    high level input.

    Hope this helps.

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