This information is for a '91 Mustang Convertible. It may be different for your car, so I'd recheck everything, but this worked for me. If you break something, it isn't my fault. Always double check your connections.
Aight, since no one had the answer, I had to do it the hard way.
Speaker Connectors look like this:
Where == is the secure tab, and I is the alignment tab
I figured that on all speakers, the A is positive, and B is negative
This holds true for every speaker, except the dash speakers. They are reversed in polarity from the door speakers.
here are the colors for the speakers:
Location:Side:Color for A:Color for B:A speaker connector pin # on Speaker connector:B speaker connector pin # )
(Colors are listed in solid color/stripe color)
Here is the key for the speaker connector:
(The speaker connector is a 8 connection,
grey, female connector. The connector will be
numbered left to right 1-8.) The - is the keyhole.
Colors/Functions for the Connector Are:
3:Pink/Lt. Blue R:R:+
8:Lt. Blue/White L:F:-
Question: Why did I get the find that the dash speakers where connected to two pins?
Answer: I had the door speakers still connected, so that means that the parallel connected dash speakers could get to both pins through the circuit that the door speaker completed.
Door Speaker Dash Speaker
>| + -----+-------------- -|<
- ------|-+------------ +|
The door speakers completes the circuit from pin 8 to 5, so since
the Dash speaker is attached to the same lines, it appeared that the Dash speaker pins where attached to multiple speaker pin locations on the speaker connector.