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Old 07 Jul 2011, 04:49 am
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Default Rear Speaker Wiring Harness?

After spending 90 bajillion dollars on other audio component installation, I want to be thrifty (read: cheap) and install some 5x7 upgrades in the back. What I can't seem to gather is which speaker harness I need to do this for my 2005 model PT.

I THINK that I have narrowed it down to two Metra products:

Metra Part # 72-6514 | Chrysler wire harness | Dodge wire harness | Metra Online

or this:

Metra Part # 72-6512 | Chrysler wire harness | Metra Online

Does anyone happen to know? Many thanks in advance...
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Old 08 Jul 2011, 05:25 pm
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Wink Re: Rear Speaker Wiring Harness?

I am not familiar with the 2005 head unit; but usually head units have 1 wire harness for everything.

Usually 14 or so wires that connect in a plug shape from the car's wiring system; to the head unit.

There will be wires like:

Grounds
Remotes
Powers
Front Left Speaker
Front Right Speaker
Rear Left Speaker
Rear Right speakers.

Chrysler Dodge Mitsubishi Jeep Wire Harness CWH-638 | eBay

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Don't leave us to dry; it's the sound forum; if you spend gazillion dollars on equipment; what did you get? I speak for many; we are curious.


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Old 08 Jul 2011, 09:59 pm
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Wink Re: Rear Speaker Wiring Harness?

i think just cut off the plug and just splice in you new leads i cant tell wich to buy
i use the double barrel blue crimps with what looks like a E made from metal and they got that lil tab that locks it use thouse easy pease
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Old 09 Jul 2011, 12:08 am
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Old 09 Jul 2011, 12:10 am
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Default Re: Rear Speaker Wiring Harness?

Hope that helps him...

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Old 09 Jul 2011, 09:25 am
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Default Re: Rear Speaker Wiring Harness?

i could be wrong but i thnk he just up gradeing his stock 5x7s to aftermarket and ooking for the proper wires,,
these are what i was talking about
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Old 10 Jul 2011, 01:26 am
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Default Re: Rear Speaker Wiring Harness?

Thank you for the replies. I found the correct harness for the rear speakers.

I bought an Alpine head unit that has iPod/iPhone control and a built in Sirius tuner, and new 6.5 component speakers. I lack the ability to do this stuff myself so I paid for professional installation.
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