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audio wiring diagram for a 1969 ford f100

Hi my name is b.j. i need a audio wiring diagram for a 1969 ford ranger f100 can someone help with that?
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I don't remember if we put stereo systems in the factory in those years . most were only a single speaker in the dash, one power wire from the acc position on the ign switch and a ground and 2 wires to the speaker. If there were stero speakers in the doors then 2 wires to each speaker and the speakers had a plus terminal . if you switched the speaker wires it didn't sound right.
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I don't remember if we put stereo systems in the factory in those years . most were only a single speaker in the dash, one power wire from the acc position on the ign switch and a ground and 2 wires to the speaker. If there were stero speakers in the doors then 2 wires to each speaker and the speakers had a plus terminal . if you switched the speaker wires it didn't sound right.

100% correct. Any stereo systems were after market. Even my '63 and '65 Ford 500XL's as did my '68 Torino had premium non-stereo systems BUT at least two speakers that could be "balanced", kinda. They didn't even have FM capabilities

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