By Alianna Chance. Wiring Diagram. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 05:08:39 AM.
You will also want to leave enough room around the sides of the amp to connect wiring and make adjustments for boost, crossover, and other factors. Typical amplifier mounting locations include under the passenger side dash, under a seat, or in the trunk or hatch area. There are pro's and con's to each choice. Under the dash or seat keeps the wiring to the receiver shorter, but can be awkward to install.
Secure wires! Now that your wires are run, it's time to secure them. There are many ways to secure wires, and not all of them will work at all times. In fact, you'll probably need to use a variety of methods to secure your wires throughout your vehicle.
These harnesses can sometimes shorten the installation time, since wires often do not have to be run to the factory amplifier location, but they tend to be more expensive than the bypass harnesses above. You may also see a module connected in these harnesses — they include adjustments that enable you to properly integrate your stereo's speaker outputs and the factory amp's inputs to keep your music clear.
The connection at the battery positive cable is typically made with a ring terminal. NOTE! Attach this ring terminal to an auxiliary stud, or to the boltnut which secures the positive terminal. Do NOT attach it to the battery post itself. Connect The Amplifier "Turn-On Wire". The next step is pulling the radio out (see our related article on Car Audio Installation 101) and locating the "amplifier turn-on wire" leading from it – typically, it's blue in color.
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