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Old 05-08-2014, 05:16 AM
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No guide personally. Always done projects myself and figure things out along the way. Nothing is overly difficult on any vehicle if you take your time.

I'll get some pics of my install up next week. Will help, but I won't be posting every clip, nut and bolt I remove.
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Re: Stealthbox in Massachusetts?

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I did exactly what Andoskyy is doing. Swapped out the speakers with focal components in the front and coaxials in the rear. Added the stealthbox on a alpine 500 rms amp. Worth every penny. Much louder and clearer. Make sure you add the bass knob if you go this route. That sub will pound if you want it to or fill in perfectly and not disturb passengers with excessive bass. The only regret I have is waiting a year to have made the change. The speaker change was a drastic improvement but really brings out how poor the factory sub performs. I've had my setup in for about 3 months now and put it all in myself.
Greetings,

Glad you like your system and enjoy the sound thru the miles ahead of you.

Yes, the sub will pound, I had it pounding even when the cargo area is full.

It just boils down to how deep you are into sound quality and how far you want to go.

Best for now.
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Thanks for posting that. Where did learn hour to replace everything, did you have a guide? Knowing where all the tabs are and what exactly needs to be taken off helps.
I read of a lot of other member's posts on this forum. There are numerous posts with pics and helpful tips. In addition I used to be a car audio and alarm installer about 10 years ago but a lot has changed in vehicle electronics since then. I posted some my install pics on this thread Caught the mod bug started with the "Alpine" speakers (pics attached).

WK2Jeeps.com - 2011-2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee has pdfs of all the interior panel removal diagrams as well as amp wiring diagrams for the loc.
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Can you please confirm to remove the quarter panel cover, just follow page 94 instructions from the PDF guide??? Or should I start with C pillar removal (page 23) then D pillar removal (page 49)?
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