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Old 10-29-2010, 06:39 PM   #1
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How are the speakers wired in a 74-75 Overlander?

I'm trying to find a wiring diagram for the audio/speakers in my 31' 74 Overlander. Looked through the archives but I didn't have any luck.

Anyone know where to find it? Or even better, wiring diagrams for all the systems? I have the 120V wiring diagram but that's all.

Thanks!
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If it's the same as a 73. It's red/black for curbside front, blue /black roadside front,orange /black curbside rear and grey/black roadside rear.
You can order a service manual and owners manual from Airstream. They will come in handy for so many things like this question.
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Thanks wasagachriss! But I don't even know where to look for where the wires come out at. Did they go into the control panel? I don't see anything there to play audio.

What originally ran the speakers? Was it a radio? Or just a Line-In and you had to hook up something with an amp?
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There is an AM-FM Stereo radio in a flip out piece in the street-side sotrage cabinet that your right hand will fall on if you are sitting in the front gaucho, slid over to the street side. Some also have 8-track in them.

Few of them work from TTs of this age ('74-'5 or so) since the capacitors in them have almost all dried out.

And they were feeble in terms of performance to a low-cost unit of today, IMHO.
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