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Jiggydragon 
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Posted: April 22, 2004 at 3:27 AM / IP Logged  
I don't know if anyone has posted something like this before, they probably have though. I have a 94 Honda Civic Coupe EX with the 6 speaker setup. However, all the speakers work and they all have wires leading from the head-unit to them except for the passenger door.  When I got the car, it was with a salvaged title and I found out that the door was replaced or fixed (either one) except the speaker wires weren't put in. I'm not exactly sure where I would find the wires or run the wires to the head-unit.  I've looked in several Honda Maintenance books and vacuum diagrams but can't find the power/ground wires. Does anyone know or have a solution? I'm running Infinity Kappa 63.5i(i think) components in the front and Planet-Audio 6.5 (soon to be switched out) in the back and running off some old Sony CD player.
Lifesavermobil 
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Posted: April 22, 2004 at 5:45 PM / IP Logged  
assuming you've looked inside the door (panel removed to install speaker?) and the kick panel to locate wires doing nothing. if you have your hu pulled, and the OEM connector is still there, it would be easy to identify which wires lead to that door by getting your hands on a 70-1720 wiring harness adaptor from metraonline or something similar. Determine the wires colors, trace the wires toward the door to find their end. If the person who changed the door was to lazy to rerun the speaker wires, chances are they cut them close to the door and stuffed them inside the vehicle. I repaired a car once that had a window replaced, the speaker wires somehow got rerouted under the new window glass. each time the window was rolled all the way down, it chaffed the wire until it finally broke. I remember this because i torn that car apart trying to find where the wire was broken. Next time I'm checking the door first.
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