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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Oct 19th, 03, 8:48 PM Thread Starter
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I just got a 1970 AM/FM mono delco radio. It has 2 green wires, one with a black stripe. I think the plain greeen is 12 volt+ and the black stripe one is neg or grd.
Am I correct so far?
The other 3 other wires are still connected to the original connector block which consist of one black,one yellow and one gray (which I believe to be the radio lamp).Is the black grd and yellow a single speaker wire?
I'm going to use two rear deck speakers only. If i'm correct with my above assumtion on the wiring harness, how do I achive proper wiring on two speakers? Hook them up in series with the yellow going to the + of one speaker out - , than in + to the other and out - to the black on the radio?

I know I need 8 ohm speakers and can achive this with hooking up my 4ohm in series, but I really need to know if I have the harness wires correct first.

Thanks in advance !!!!!
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Oct 19th, 03, 11:05 PM
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The black is ground from the dash harness, yellow is power from the fuse, gray is the light form the dash lights. The dash harness should have a mated connector with the black yellow and gray. The black and green are the speaker connections.

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