Rear door/pillar speaker crossover location

Rear door/pillar speaker crossover location

Postby BuddyHuggs [OP] » August 22nd 2016, 12:12am

Hi everyone. I'm looking for whatever splits the rear speaker signal so that only low range goes to my Dutch doors. I think I read somewhere here that it is online, but need to find the location since I have a 12" and want to go with 2 ways in the doors.

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Re: Rear door/pillar speaker crossover location

Postby Leeann_93 » August 22nd 2016, 3:31am

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Re: Rear door/pillar speaker crossover location

Postby BuddyHuggs [OP] » August 22nd 2016, 4:15am

Hmm maybe im not making myself clear Ive been following that thread. My rear speakers have power, but only low end. Here's Onsafari from another thread:

Crutchfield states that there is an amp powering the rear speakers, it also does crossover duties.

and then another says:

on delco sound systems the rear pillar speakers have a capacitor on the wiring in line with the + terminal. this capacitor cuts the lower bass frequencies also provides that the radio sees only the rear door speakers resistance thus not blowing the rear channels any aftermarket install should keep the wiring harnesses of the pillar doors to keep the radio from blowing channels

So if all I have to do is that amp removal mod to get my 2 ways working fully, great. Just not sure since my dutch door speakers are currently emitting sound.
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Re: Rear door/pillar speaker crossover location

Postby MI_Ghost » August 22nd 2016, 10:39am

My understanding is that the crossovers were part of the factory amp. If that is not the case then they would have to be attached to the speakers themselves. I pulled a complete rear harness at u-pull and can definitely say there is nothing but wire in the harness. Other than the radio, amp, and speakers I know of no other component connections.
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