No sound from FRONT speakers. Rear speakers wired to front??

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JoeBlobs

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Sup yall. Just picked up a 2014 SSV, working on getting some things functional again.
Currently I'm hunting a door speaker issue.
Front door speakers do not work, but are connected.
Rear door speakers work.
Noticed when adjusting fader, the rear door speakers are actually functioning as if they were wired to the front.
Removed head unit, I see no spliced or cut wires.
Anyone have any ideas?
Currently tracking down any wiring diagrams and upfitter guides I can find.
Thank you!


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Okay so I'm getting closer. Managed to find some info on this, figured I'd share this and the whole process if anyone else has the same issue.
Will get back to it after work tomorrow.

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BOWTIE BOB HERE...the PPV/SSV Tahoe guy in NJ. Take a look all the way forward on your transmission hump where the flooring meet the dash. Locate a set of blue wire connectors wrapped in black cloth wire covering. They may be buried or have been cut off but they are for you front speakers. We usually have our police radios tied onto the door speakers. Does you horn work? Let me know how you make out. Bob
 

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BOWTIE BOB HERE...the PPV/SSV Tahoe guy in NJ. Take a look all the way forward on your transmission hump where the flooring meet the dash. Locate a set of blue wire connectors wrapped in black cloth wire covering. They may be buried or have been cut off but they are for you front speakers. We usually have our police radios tied onto the door speakers. Does you horn work? Let me know how you make out. Bob
 
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BOWTIE BOB HERE...the PPV/SSV Tahoe guy in NJ. Take a look all the way forward on your transmission hump where the flooring meet the dash. Locate a set of blue wire connectors wrapped in black cloth wire covering. They may be buried or have been cut off but they are for you front speakers. We usually have our police radios tied onto the door speakers. Does you horn work? Let me know how you make out. Bob

Hey Bob, thanks for the reply. Ended up figuring it out shortly after posting. Dug through the wiring under the dash/center console and sure enough it was right there. It was just a matter of swapping the connectors from the pigtail, to the other factory harness labeled WX7 as shown above. Exactly as you described. Very simple for anyone looking into the same issue, hopefully this helps.
I managed to fix the horn as well as I have a good amount of experience doing horn transfers and wiring sirens ;)
Do you have a shop in NJ out of curiosity?
Thanks!
 
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