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Hi Guys:

Wanted to use the factory door speakers as regular speakers, not as subwoofers, connected the speakers to my amp but they only reproduce very low frequecies. Noticed that in the wiring diagram there are what it looks like capacitors in order to cut the high frequencies (in the red circle) also noticed the wires goes though the "WL Door" (in the red rectangular and same for the left and right side). Is the "WL Door" some sort of a wall? Since the diagram shows the "capacitor" before the "WL Door" are these inside the speaker enclosure, inside the door or somewhere before the door?


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There are different leads from the amp for the dash, door and rear speakers (assuming you have the upgraded Hi-Fi system). The dash and rear speakers have mids and highs, with capacitors on the tweeters to filter out the mids. The door speakers are fed from the amp with only the low frequency for use as sub-woofers.

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Thnaks for your reply but I connected an after market amp (Hollywood Sound Labs) and the door speakers only reproduced the low frequencies and after checking the wiring diagram there is what looks like a resistor or capacitor (ckeck the synbol inside the red circle) which leads me to believe it is what cuts the mid and high frequencies to the door subwoofer. I was wondering if those resistors or capacitors are inside the door or somwhere else.

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