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FullioTRD Nov 3, 4:00pm - #316754 
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Help me! Speaker->Wire->Ampli


Hi,
I'm Italian; I've a Celica vvt-i (GT in America) with [email]143@170[/email] HP.
Yesterday, I've buy 2 Woofer and 2 tweeter for substitute the original tweeters and woofers.
But I don't know how bring the wire of woofer and of tweeter of the doors to amplificatory in the bagles.
You can help me?
Thank you smile


ANOTHER TIME grin

Hello,
I have a Celica vvt-i (
http://showroom.tuningstore.biz/rocketeer/index.htm (no sale...)).

I have buy 2 woofer and 2 tweeter.

Now, I have replace (substitute) the original woofer and the original tweeter.

I have buy an amplifier (Ex: Steg, Rockford Fosgate, Audiobahn) and I place it in the luggage (baggage) car.

Now, I want to connect the Woofer and Tweeter at the amplifier.

My question is: Where can I pass the wire??

Do you understand?
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SLVCELI Nov 3, 5:50pm - #316755 
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rofl Someone help this poor soul out. Not laughing at you just laughing at how it translated it by the way.

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Brian63 Nov 3, 6:44pm - #316756 

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Is he asking how to run the wire from the front component speakers to the factory amp... confused

If he is...he can use the factory wire thats already ran...but I am not sure what he is asking?
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FullioTRD Nov 3, 7:15pm - #316757 
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SLVCELI, thank you for the understanding... rolleyes frown

Another time:

Hello,
I have a Celica vvt-i (
http://showroom.tuningstore.biz/rocketeer/index.htm (no sale...)).

I have buy 2 woofer and 2 tweeter.

Now, I have replace (substitute) the original woofer and the original tweeter.

I have buy an amplifier (Ex: Steg, Rockford Fosgate, Audiobahn) and I place it in the luggage (baggage) car.

Now, I want to connect the Woofer and Tweeter at the amplifier.

My question is: Where can I pass the wire??

Do you understand?

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drjongski Nov 3, 7:16pm - #316758 

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i think he's asking about how to connect the new set in place of the old one... happywink
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drjongski Nov 3, 7:18pm - #316759 

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deng!!!! nice care italian dude!!! thumbsup thumbsup
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drjongski Nov 3, 7:22pm - #316760 

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ok, here goes...

if you're asking where the wires should pass from the front door to the back, you have take the plastics on the sides and burry the wires under them until it reaches the back.

if you're asking which part of the amplifier you'll have to connect the speaker wires, it's gonna be on the "+" and the "-" screw terminals of the amp
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drjongski Nov 3, 7:24pm - #316761 

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adding an amplifier is not as easy as plug and play. a lot of factors have to be considered. try to make your questions clearer so we can help you out on this... thumbsup
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drjongski Nov 3, 7:26pm - #316762 

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Originally Posted by drjongski
deng!!!! nice care italian dude!!! thumbsup thumbsup


i mean car...
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FullioTRD Nov 3, 7:31pm - #316763 
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Thank you wink
Now I want buy the turbo stage#2 wink



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if you're asking where the wires should pass from the front door to the back, you have take the plastics on the sides and burry the wires under them until it reaches the back.


YES! thumbsup

And...Is it simple?
Do you can link me a site or a picture...?

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drjongski Nov 3, 7:36pm - #316764 

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it's not very simple but not too hard either. you just have to be careful with the plastic retaining clips cause they easily breaks. i dont have a picture or site i can direct you with but a repair manual will do a lot of help. rice
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drjongski Nov 3, 7:37pm - #316765 

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Originally Posted by drjongski
it's not very simple but not too hard either. you just have to be careful with the plastic retaining clips cause they easily "breaks". i dont have a picture or site i can direct you with but a repair manual will do a lot of help. rice


sorry again... it should be break
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AzNRaCeR Nov 3, 7:44pm - #316766 
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you can try to run the wires under the carpet...thats what i did...tough job...but theres not other way to do it from the trunk. good luck...its nice to see celicas outside of the US...

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FullioTRD Nov 3, 7:50pm - #316767 
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It is a small error for me... grin

Must I diassemble the rear plastic (where there is the rear speaker), too?

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drjongski Nov 3, 7:51pm - #316768 

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you didn't forget to disconnect them from the factory amp right? cause your amplifier(aftermarket) should be connected to your head unit and the factory amp should be disconnected. wink
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FullioTRD Nov 3, 7:54pm - #316769 
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Originally Posted by AzNRaCeR
you can try to run the wires under the carpet...thats what i did...tough job...but theres not other way to do it from the trunk. good luck...its nice to see celicas outside of the US...


wink

Under the carpet..but there are rear seats...

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drjongski Nov 3, 7:55pm - #316770 

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actually, what i did was, after taking off the plastic on the sides, i ran the wires under it, under the carpet (just like aznrcer was saying) until it reached the back where i put the amp.
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drjongski Nov 3, 7:58pm - #316771 

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yup, under the seats... grin or, it can be just on the side of the back seats just to conceal them but make sure you dont impinge on any part of the wire cause it will introduce static noise...
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FullioTRD Nov 3, 8:00pm - #316772 
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The wires will exit under this plastic (under the bar)?
http://showroom.tuningstore.biz/rocketeer/celica_019.jpg

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sickcelica696 Nov 3, 9:34pm - #316773 
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roscoe562 Nov 3, 9:42pm - #316774 

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Toyotapartsdude Nov 3, 10:24pm - #316775 
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for italian his english is better than 99% of the customers i deal with
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Questions:
1...Are you amplifying the Aftermarket Speakers with a 4 channel amplifier?

2...Are you putting the amplifier in the rear?

3...Are you asking how to run the amplifier wires to the new speakers you have?

4...Do you have a "crossover" attatched to your compnant speakers you purchased?

5...Also do you have a link to your products you bought? (amp,speakers)
...

If your using a 4 channel amp thats placed in the rear of the car and have a pair of componant speakers with a crossover, this is what you do.

Take the car apart from the rear plastics, seats and front doors to make it easy to run wires.

Run the power wire of the amplifier on the left side of the vehicle and connect it to the battery through the firewall with an IN-LINE fuse. Run two sets of RCAs from the rear on the right side of the vehicle and connect it to the rear of the CD player. Also on the right side of the vehicle run your Blue Remote wire with the rcas, connect that to the blue wire thats connected to your cd player, sometimes the wire is blue with a white line. After doing this use speaker wire to go from the amplifier to your componant speakers crossover box into the Input. Then attatch the wires from the tweater to the 1st speaker ports. Then attatch the woofer to the 2nd speaker ports. Then the last speaker port connect the factory positive and negative (from the speaker plus)to it. Most crossovers have 4 ports to use.

I didnt proof read anything i wrote but that should be all you need to do. Good luck and if you have any questions just ask wink

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FullioTRD Nov 4, 1:41pm - #316777 
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Originally Posted by Toyotapartsdude
for italian his english is better than 99% of the customers i deal with


Thank you! grin

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FullioTRD Nov 4, 1:47pm - #316778 
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1...Are you amplifying the Aftermarket Speakers with a 4 channel amplifier?

NO, IT'S 2 CHANNEL

2...Are you putting the amplifier in the rear?

YES

3...Are you asking how to run the amplifier wires to the new speakers you have?

YES, so so.

4...Do you have a "crossover" attatched to your compnant speakers you purchased?

YES, A CROSSOVER.

5...Also do you have a link to your products you bought? (amp,speakers)

IS IT IMPORTANT?
...

If your using a 4 channel amp thats placed in the rear of the car and have a pair of componant speakers with a crossover, this is what you do.

Take the car apart from the rear plastics, seats and front doors to make it easy to run wires.

Run the power wire of the amplifier on the left side of the vehicle and connect it to the battery through the firewall with an IN-LINE fuse. Run two sets of RCAs from the rear on the right side of the vehicle and connect it to the rear of the CD player. Also on the right side of the vehicle run your Blue Remote wire with the rcas, connect that to the blue wire thats connected to your cd player, sometimes the wire is blue with a white line. After doing this use speaker wire to go from the amplifier to your componant speakers crossover box into the Input. Then attatch the wires from the tweater to the 1st speaker ports. Then attatch the woofer to the 2nd speaker ports. Then the last speaker port connect the factory positive and negative (from the speaker plus)to it. Most crossovers have 4 ports to use.

I didnt proof read anything i wrote but that should be all you need to do. Good luck and if you have any questions just ask wink

-Brian

THANK YOU. wink
OK, NOW I GO IN THE CELICA. wink

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