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Old 04-11-2005, 08:28 PM   #1
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Can someone with a stock system in a 95 SSE/SSEi expose the wiring harness' going to each speaker and take a pic of the left and right connection so I can make my Bose Amp work again???


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Problem is your colours don't match mine
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I see......Gordy has the 95 FSM
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Ya.....I'm not sure if he knows where it is...I would just like someone to get the cam out and shoot pics of theres. Un-Dicked with so I can get my stuff somewhat back up to snuff....I think my rear speakers are blown...
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This is what I have to work with:


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off topic, and a FYI -Nate, you don't have BOSE.
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hrrmmm....Thanks for the FYI...Thought the amp'd systems were Bose?
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Those aren't Delco, or Bose, or any factory rear speaker. Those are aftermarket. And if you don't have a "Bose blah blah" nameplate show-off plaque under your radio then you don't have bose. The gain slider was only included with the premuim amplified system from GM. Also, u do have it because you have 4 wires going to the raer speakers, which is a definate sign of the amplified system, because of the DVC rears gm used. If you had the Bose, you would only have a pair of wires (like you have) with an adaptor for the wiring harness (more or less like you have). The Bose speakers in GM'* always for some reason used spade plugs like regular speakers that went to an adaptor so GM could use them.
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OK....So you kinda lost me on that one there.....
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