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Old 02-25-2004, 08:43 AM   #1
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Default Wiring layout of monsoon head unit and amp

Here is a link incase anybody needs it. It is from the Houston F-Body club I found searching the net. It has helped a few on which wire is (+) and (-) when replacing speakers and which unit (head unit or amp) powers which part of the speaker.

Monsoon wiring diagrams

If you have a convertible here are the wiring diagrams. The Head Unit does not power any speakers, it just goes to the amp.

Hope these help people.
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