Replacing your factory speakers Depending on the model, your truck will have factory speakers in the front doors and the rear doors. Sorry if my information might be a little off. The front speakers have the lighter wire being positive and the darker negative. I persoanlly wouldn't sacrfice sound quality and very powerful base tones for hide away units, but everyone has theoir preferences on sound. Crutfield also includes a bracket if needed , instructions, and a wiring harness for free.
Just remember don't look at speakers that say 200 watts in the back because they will want that much power to sound good. When you , our database will choose the adapter you need to make your factory steering wheel controls work with your new receiver — and we'll give you a nice discount on it, too, when you buy it with your new stereo. If you're looking for a quicker and easier bass solution, a will give you plenty of low-end thump from a compact package. With me, when I buy a new truck, i'll take my sound system with me and reinstall it into the newer truck. So if you wish to acquire all these amazing graphics about 2000 Chevy Silverado Speaker Wiring Diagram, simply click save icon to store these pics in your pc. I've been a big believer in Crutchfield for a long time and I thin … k you'll be pleased.
Don't waste your time replacing those inferior 4 X 6 one way speakers. I plan on installing these myself or having a family member do it for me. Check out our for details. There are 3 major options 4, 6, and the Bose system. Any ideas for an older truck that still looks like new? Basically there is no way you can replace the without breaking the majority of the tabs or the panel itself. Go to and enter in your vehicle specs, and they will give you a list of speakers that fit your vehicle. Since you will not be running an amp, you would not benefit from anything better than basic 2-way speakers.
Depending on how you use your truck, a could also be a good solution, because you can move it between vehicles as needed and tuck it into a storage compartment when you're not using it. I did this to both my '95 and '97 Silverado and love the sound without compromising any leg or storage room. Crewcabs should be the same as reg cabs. In fact, I am perfectly happy with the factory sound. I went to a local electronics shop, and they have the speakers in the back listed as 4x6.
Its not worth it to dive into that. That said, if money is an issue, and you have two working ones, put the two bad ones in the back doors, put the two good ones in the front doors, and fade the output to the front. So i was going to replace the speakers in my front doors in my 2000 silverado, I'm not quite sure what size i need ive seen 6x9 and 6. I can modify the size of the opening to fit something in there and make it look factory, but the question is; What? Thi … s may take a little effort, they use a sticky rubber ring to seal the edges but if the screws are out it should come without a whole lot of prying. Though my Alpine head unit is considered dated at this time and age, it still performs like the day I purchased it. Would that need to be replaced? Crutchfield gives you a nice discount on mounting brackets and speaker wiring harnesses with every speaker order.
I have a 2003 Suburban which is essentially the same as your interior wise. The harness makes life easier, you can just unplug your old speakers and plug these ones in. I may be more of a base addict then most people, thats why I am into base. I've only begun on the 3rd door side, but the steps for the other side appear to be simmilar just a bit more difficult in getting the panel off. It's a 97,which was probably produced in 96. If it doesn't pop off you might have missed a screw. If you have any questions, our advisors are available via phone or chat.
But there are also tweeters in the front doors just above the 6. If you're not sure which '99 version you have, check these exterior photos to see which one looks like your truck. If you bought your gear from Crutchfield, you can call Tech Support for free help troubleshooting your system. I'm in the middle of the process right now and it turns out to be a bigger ordeal than I had hoped for. I believe I have 6. I do not have the bose system or onstar.
If you want bass, you should be able to find an enclosure that meets your needs. Hooking up a couple subs just seemed easier to me. If you pull out the two cargo compartments under each rear window, you can find the wires. I didn't notice this until today but it looks like the front speakers also have a tweeter. After you remove those four screws you just pull the speaker out toward you. Hope that helps Rear speakers 94 Chevy 1500 I am in the process of doing the same thing.