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This is a discussion on Component speaker wiring within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; so installing components from stock setup (2004) do i need the metra connectors or can i just cut the wire ...

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    Component speaker wiring

    so installing components from stock setup (2004)
    do i need the metra connectors or can i just cut the wire before the harness and use those wires?
    Also can the new tweeter use the existing wires to the stock tweeter or should new leads be ran from the crossover?

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    get an amp and use better, larger gauge speaker wire for the speakers from the crossover and from the amp. If you insist on running the components on the stock head unit, you could use the stock wiring, but it may actually sound worse than the stock speakers because the aftermarket components are made to be run on a higher power source.

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