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  1. So I bought a 2006 Subaru Legacy Wagon that had minor outer panel damage to both doors on the passenger side. Randomly found a dude scrapping a car of the same model and colour, but Few years newer and higher spec than mine and managed to change the doors over myself. However, after I changed the doors and fired up the audio system for the first time (stock audio system in Subaru), I discovered the speakers just in the replaced doors don't work at all. I definitely correctly connected the speakers back up before I replaced the door panels. Audio system in the wrecked car was a Macintosh. I also bought the speakers from the guy and tried those and they don't work either. I'm assured that the speakers worked fine in the old car before it was wrecked. Anyone know any simple reason for the speakers in the replacement doors not working? Would the wiring be different from one year to the next of the same model car and therefore not be compatible with my audio system? Cheap and easy fix for an auto electrician or na? Thanks for any help in advance.
  2. Gidday team, I've just bought myself a 2006 Forester 2.0L tiptronic and installed a JVC KW-M750BT head unit into it. The head unit comes with wiring to connect to oem steering wheel controls and was wondering if anyone knows if I could link it into the steering wheel controls that are meant for the gearbox? My great end plan would be to wire it in a way that when the gear lever is in drive and the buttons don't normally do anything that they would control audio volume but then when put into tiptronic it only works for gears. I'm half figuring I could do this via a normally closed relay, there must be a sense wire to know when it's put into tiptronic, I had a bit of a delve around but could only find the up gear/down gear wires. Anyway, any thoughts on if it's possible, if it's been done before, how it should be wired, if I explained it badly, or if I'm on my own and I just report back when I f*** it up/make it would be great!
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