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Old 09-28-2006, 03:44 PM   #1
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just wondering how to bypass the Bose amp. im installing an alpine head unit and new amp. If anyone has a wire diagram or can tell me what wire is what, would help me out.
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well if you dont connect the bose amp you will get no sound....so install the HU and then use RCA'* from the HU to the Amp, then hook up the speaker wires to the respective speakers
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Diagram coming.

You'd be cutting wires etc to do so.
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i just ran rcs'a and ran speaker wire. i used a bigger gauge audio wire for better sound. thanks for the diagram, and the reply'*. i looked online for an hour for a diagram and just gave up.

thanks again guys......
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I am claiming that I am the first one that has studied this post and figured out the left front speaker wiring. Sorry to bring up this old post, but I need to know the B12 row. I'm working with 1337ssei on his 97 SSEi, and though we've been struggling, things are going well. Please let me know if you can still find the B12 line. Thanks.
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Sorry to bring up this old post
This thread is over a year old

If you need additional info from it, start a new thread and link this one to yours.....
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