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Old 06-28-2004, 09:23 PM   #1
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Default Lectron Products & Remote Turn On

Well I'm still working on the wiring for my '98 and now I'm gonna do the remote turn on wire for the amp next. Now, is there anything in the trunk that I can take that signal off of? I saw a little box labeled "Lectron Products" are any of the wires that go into that the remote turn on wire? If not, how do I get the remote turn on wire off the deck (stock)?

Also, the Bose rears are bi-amped, which set of connections on the spkrs are the LF connetions? The ones that use the 'special' connector, or the ones that are the typical style 6x9 speaker connetors.



Note: I've been taking pics of the whole install, I'll post them upon completion!
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