|09-28-2010, 09:10 PM||#2|
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Rewire if you are going all aftermarket and leave all the stock wiring in place just in case you sell and want to go back to stock.
|10-01-2010, 03:04 PM||#5|
Diagrams? There will be some RCAs that go from the head unit to amp. Speaker wires from amp to crossover or speaker. If you have a passive crossover they go from that to a speaker. Other than that you have a power cable to run and a remote turn on wire from head unit to amp. You will do a ground from amp to ground (chassis). Thats it. How does that need a diagram? Its pretty self explanatory. If you cant visualize it you probably should just pay someone to do it for you. I can do it but it will take me longer than the overtime I would work to paysome one... and I hate wirig so I will just work overtime. I still tell the installer EXACTLY how I want everything wired. The only difficult part is running speaker wire through the doors.
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