Do you want to learn how to wire a Bose speaker to an aftermarket stereo? Don't worry, it is a simple add on to your awesome after market stereo system. All you need to do is set about a hour aside and gather these materials.
To wire a Bose speaker to an aftermarket stereo, you will need:
- Bose Speakers (Make sure you purchase the same size Bose speaker as the one you are replacing. If you happen to buy a different size speaker than you are not going to be able to wire your bose speaker to your after market stereo due to the fact that the Bose speaker will not fit.)
- Wire Cutters
- The first step to wiring a Bose speaker to your after market stereo is to open up the hood of your car and disconnect the battery. After you have done that, unscrew the door panels of your car.
- Unscrew the speakers you have in the car already. If you do not have speakers in your car, move on to step three. Now take your wire cutter and cut the speaker wires.
- The third and step to wiring a Bose speaker to your after market stereo is to connect the speaker wires to your Bose speakers and screw the Bose speakers in. After you have done that, reconnect the car battery and fire up your radio to make sure the speakers are working. If the speakers are not working, double check the wiring on your Bose speakers. Screw back on the door panels and congratulations, you now know how to wire a Bose speaker to your after market stereo.
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