3. Unclip the plastic cover to reveal the speaker.
4. Lift the speaker up to reveal the cables and soldered connections.
5. Trace back the opposite speakers’ wire, taking note of which terminals each is connected to.
6. Carefully break the opposite speakers’ wire connections from the solder joints by bending them back and forwards a few times.
7. Carefully strip back more of the plastic coating on that wire, so there’s enough length to separate the individual positive and negative wires.
8. We now need to piggy back these two wires off their respective sibling speaker connections. If you can, wrap the individual wires around their respective connections, otherwise you can just rely on that spearmint flavoured Blu-tak you’ve been preparing. Ensure no loose strands of wire are making contact with the wrong wires or solder terminal.
9. Take the gum you’ve been working on getting soft, juicy and sticky, and press it over the piggy backed connections, making sure it presses the correct wires together and also makes enough contact with the plastic to anchor itself.
10. Before reassembling, connect it to your music device of choice and make sure you get sound out of both speakers. If not, check your wires, or press the air host button on your armrest for assistance. 🙂
If the connections have been made successfully, you should now be able to hear sound from both speakers.