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This is a discussion on wires in the back of the stereo within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey guys, i just got the line out converter so i could hookup my sup with standard rca inputs. Does ...

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    wires in the back of the stereo

    hey guys,
    i just got the line out converter so i could hookup my sup with standard rca inputs. Does anyone know what the different wires on the back of the deck go to. I need the right rear speaker positive and negative, the left rear pos and neg, and the ground, but im sure that will be easy to find

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    I also need the same info. I also got a Line Out Converter this weekend. Anyone have the wiring schematic for the Subaru subwoofer underneath the seat. I would like to splice into it instead of taking out the entire cd changer/radio. I need to know what color wires in this harness are for the speaker in the sub and what color the remote wire is for the amp I am putting in. I HATE SPLICING
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    I found some info on the factory sub wiring diagram.

    http://i-club.com/forums/showthread....hreadid=161540

    Can anyone confirm that these are correct?

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    I would help out but they disabled the search function on i-club...wtf

    I remember finding pin outs of the head unit and subwoofer on there before but that was months ago and I cant do a damn search to find anything
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    I did the installation on my car today and installed my amp and subwoofer in the trunk. It only took me 7 HOURS. I had to take apart the whole center console, take out the back seat, and run the wires over the hump and under the back seat. I installed a line out converter and placed it with double sided tape on top of the security module for the alarm under the armrest in the center console. I also had to find an HOT wire that turned on and off with the ignition. I found one under the back seat. I have no idea where it went to but I spliced into it and it works fine. I also installed an on/off switch into the the center console on one of those factory block offs so I can turn my amp on and off independently from the ignition. All in all, it wasn't too bad. Now I have to tune in my suboofer so it sounds a little better. Just remember, if you are splicing into the factory subwoofers wires, the red wire does not turn on and off with the igniton. I found that out the hard way.
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    Updated Thread and Pics

    Finally got some pictures of where I installed my amp and my 10" Bazooka with Rockford Fosgate Punch subwoofer which I replace the stock SAS sub because it blew up. It doesn't look too profesional, and I know the bungy cords look awful, but I have always been a functionality over looks kind of person my whole life. The bungy cords don't allow the sub to slide around back and forth inside the trunk when I am canyon carving. The amp is stationary, even though it has wires going everywhere. and the blue box to the left of everything is my tool box/emergency kit. I have oil, flashlight and my tool box inside. Don't know when you will need that stuff. I put two bolts through the blue container and into the spare tire cover so it also doesn't move back and forth.

    The red switch I installed is for my amp. I can turn my amp on and off at will, even though the stereo system is still part of the ignition circuit. FYI.







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