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Old 08-31-2004, 12:33 PM   #1
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Hey All!

Bone stock 2k bonnie - delco audio

Wiring up an amp to a stock cassette HU and seem to be asking the same
qusetion that historically has not been resolved (in the archives) but with
so many differing sound configurations is it any wonder...

Looking for a power good lead (in the boot/ trunk) to use to turn on
and more importantly turn OFF the amplifier when not in use. Be nice
to find the power antenna lead. But the antenna is integrated into the
rear screen and not powered.

The audio harness splits out behind the rear (LH) seat where it'* got a
coupler which feeds the L-R speakers and the "rear integration module"
otherwise the rear fuse block looks like the best bet...

Is the "AMP" maxibreaker for the bose amplifier? (so glad it'* not a bose
system) - Had said system in my caddy and they are great until....

Anyone done similiar to a 2k + car with stock delco wiring? Give a lead
on the color / location of a wire that raises 12v when the radio is on
somewhere in the rear of the car?

Really don't want the amp hot all the time (wired to an ign/acc lead)

Cant find any good wiring diagrams in haynes

Anyone with the service manuals and a scanner!

Thanks for the read...
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