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Old 02-15-2005, 09:16 AM   #31
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howy, is there an easy way to tap into this line --> (A3) *Switched Power* flat 608 - Pink (w/amp) , cuz woodnt that be good for a remote line for the amp???
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howy, is there an easy way to tap into this line --> (A3) *Switched Power* flat 608 - Pink (w/amp) , cuz woodnt that be good for a remote line for the amp???
I just used the power antenna turn-on lead for my setup...one less wire to run from the head unit!
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howy, is there an easy way to tap into this line --> (A3) *Switched Power* flat 608 - Pink (w/amp) , cuz woodnt that be good for a remote line for the amp???
I just used the power antenna turn-on lead for my setup...one less wire to run from the head unit!
does it still work in cd mode, i.e. when your not in am/fm?
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howy, is there an easy way to tap into this line --> (A3) *Switched Power* flat 608 - Pink (w/amp) , cuz woodnt that be good for a remote line for the amp???
I just used the power antenna turn-on lead for my setup...one less wire to run from the head unit!
does it still work in cd mode, i.e. when your not in am/fm?
hte power antenna will retract wehn your in CD mode unless you tap the antenna wire into the +12V
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howy, is there an easy way to tap into this line --> (A3) *Switched Power* flat 608 - Pink (w/amp) , cuz woodnt that be good for a remote line for the amp???
I just used the power antenna turn-on lead for my setup...one less wire to run from the head unit!
does it still work in cd mode, i.e. when your not in am/fm?
hte power antenna will retract wehn your in CD mode unless you tap the antenna wire into the +12V
I wondered that since i have a fixed antenna
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howy, is there an easy way to tap into this line --> (A3) *Switched Power* flat 608 - Pink (w/amp) , cuz woodnt that be good for a remote line for the amp???
I just used the power antenna turn-on lead for my setup...one less wire to run from the head unit!
with this wire, i dont have to run it from the HU, its already in the trunk.
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Can anyone please walk me through wiring a dual channel amplifier to the trunk? Im trying to figure out how to get the wires up front. Also i have a 96 bonney with a stock HU and pioneer 6 x 9'* in the back that need more power. I'm going to install a line out converter. Reply or send me an email at [email protected]
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[size=18]If you get a high power and wattage system like I have it would be a good idea to upgrade your altenator. Factory alternator is like 105 amps, find a junk alternator working or not, and find somebody to rebuild and upgrade it. I've got one rebiult and upgrade and it runs 200 amps at about 2 rpms. A must have for any high power system.
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Shiva'* from adire are great subwoofers and relatively affordable as well. If you need cheap wiring www.knukonceptz.com and deadener www.secondskinaudio.com

Both these businesses have great owner'* and I'd rec. either one.

I purchased some damplifier from Second Skin before and had some problems with it... the owner sent me replacement mats of the better model.

One thing in car audio you have to think about as well is how the price will correlate with customer service... not just performance.

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For sound deadning material go to your local Lowe'* and buy peel and seal. Its in the roofing section but it works just the same as dynamat and other items.
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Default 2000 Radio Pinout / Dash Removal

2000 and newer models
Radio / Dash removal

Press UP on the center of the two plastic rivets above the guage cluster
remove said rivets
remove pocket/panel lower left steering column
remove trim ring around ignition key
grasp facia above air control cluster
pry up
unplug the tire pressure cluster
remove by rotating counter clockwise over steering wheel
careful of the steering tilt armature

Press in 4 metal tabs to release the head unit

Here'* the pinout

|GND|RR-|RR+|LF-|LF+|open|open|open|open|open|open| GND | ILLU | ANT | +12v | +12v |
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|GND|RF+|RF-|LR+|LR-|open|open|open|open|open|open|open|open| OPEN | data | data |

Notes:
OPEN: Line A3 - 12v switched (w/Amplifier)
data: The class 2 data bus leads

----> looking for an input?
Left to Right bottom row after the LR- pin:
| Right Audio In | Left Audio In | Common In |
MIGHT provide an input option
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