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Hi guys!
I plan to upgrade my sound systeme and i have a few question for you

My blazer is a 99 LT 4dr with 6.5" speaker in all 4 doors and 2 tweeter in the dashboard... Everything oem.

Setup would be :

(4) Door speaker 6 1/2 Alpine SPS-610

(2) Dash speaker 4x6 Alpine SPS-406

HeadUnit Alpine CDE-143BT

Without amp and sub (planned for later)

I'd use oem wiring, cut the wire right before oem speaker and use push-on connectors, my question is about the 2 dashboard 4x6 instead of the tweeters... Can i put these there without other wiring modification?

Also i have a problem with my left rear door speaker, someday he is working someday he is not...
I check wire at headunit harness and in the door evrything look fine
Is it possible that the delco headunit cause that?

Thanks for your help guys!
 
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Old 05-21-2014, 09:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Alexys4530 View Post
Hi guys!

I'd use oem wiring, cut the wire right before oem speaker and use push-on connectors, my question is about the 2 dashboard 4x6 instead of the tweeters... Can i put these there without other wiring modification?

Thanks for your help guys!
Yes.

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Hi guys!

Also i have a problem with my left rear door speaker, someday he is working someday he is not...
I check wire at headunit harness and in the door evrything look fine
Is it possible that the delco headunit cause that?

Thanks for your help guys!
could be a bad speaker, or head unit or wiring....my guess is speaker though
I would switch it out and see how it goes.
 
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Old 05-21-2014, 05:51 PM
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I believe in the dash you will have to remove the bass blocker that is wired in line with the tweeter.
 
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Originally Posted by richphotos View Post
I believe in the dash you will have to remove the bass blocker that is wired in line with the tweeter.
Is this the bass blocker?

http://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/16/04/12/87/image10.jpg


Also what do you guys think of my speaker/headunit choice? And wich amp/sub should i use with those?

I choosed these speaker cause i got the 2 4x6 for free so..

Thanks!!
 
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Originally Posted by richphotos View Post
I believe in the dash you will have to remove the bass blocker that is wired in line with the tweeter.
O, Really?
Sorry for wrong advice op
Thanks for correcting me Rich

Edit: alpine makes great stuff op, I'm sure you'll like it.
 

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