By Mercy Colin. Wiring Diagram. Published at Thursday, June 28th, 2018 - 10:42:38 AM.
If you plan to use any sort of sound insulation or damping material, now is the time to lay it. If you don't plan on using it, why not? This will make your system sound better by lowering noise, and by eliminating vibrations. Just do it!
Installation Of A 2nd Amplifier. Look at the wiring schematic at the top of this article; installation of a second amplifier is not that much more involved than a single amp. Use of distribution blocks and ground blocks for power and ground connections help minimize the need to "double up" the wiring. You will need both a subwoofer signal wire and an additional turn-on wire from the receiver.
Retain those important audible safety alerts. In many vehicles, the audible safety alerts are integrated into the factory radio. When you replace that radio, these warning sounds are lost, and that's dangerous. Thus, these vehicles require a special harness to keep these audible tones working when you install a new stereo. Fortunately, these harnesses also take care of all of the basic stereo connections.
First, buy all of the wiring that you think you'll need, and some extra just for safety. Don't worry, your money won't be wasted! Next, disassemble your vehicle in the places where the wiring will be run. When I say disassemble, I mean it! Pull out seats, carpet, panels, everything! Trust me, this will make running wires easier and safer.
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