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Old 04-02-2012, 10:11 AM
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Re: Sub Install with stock radio!

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^ At some point some assholes swept buy and smashed the windows and grabbed every touch screen they saw. I've got roughly $2k in HQ stuff and mine didn't get broken into because it looks like a generic alpine single din deck. It's actually the hifi CDA-117. Everything else looks factory. Idiots.
Thankfully, the criminal population are typically stupid, and only take what's in plain sight, which is why I opted for the cargo area amp.

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If you're unfamiliar with my setup click the link in my sig.
That's a pretty sick setup, mine is much more generic, and I'm still using the standard REC unit with a LOC. I am however considering amping the Boston SE's. Unfortunately, since I like my REC, I'd have to use the outputs from the stock amp (to avoid messing with CANBUS), wire over to the other amp, and then back to the standard speaker wiring loom (to avoid rewiring the whole whip). Too much of a PITA methinks.
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Old 04-02-2012, 10:31 AM
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I did something to my canbus trying to use a PAC. Not sure what I did but eventually wired the deck the old fashioned way since I had to rewrite everything else anyway. I'm considering
just dumping it off to a shop because I don't feel like dealing with it.
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Old 04-02-2012, 10:42 AM
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I did something to my canbus trying to use a PAC. Not sure what I did but eventually wired the deck the old fashioned way since I had to rewrite everything else anyway. I'm considering
just dumping it off to a shop because I don't feel like dealing with it.
LOL I'm glad I took my time and randomly got it right the first time around. I should've taken pics and done a build thread, but I didn't really have a buddy helping and I was too lazy to take pics. I'm just glad it's working like a champ. The only weak part is my $3 walmart light up switch which has already had the light fail. POS Made in China...and I'm too lazy to return it for an exchange...
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Old 04-02-2012, 10:52 AM
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Yea. I installed the new deck and it didn't turn on. I also reinstalled the REC and it too didn't turn on. I pretty much reacted like the meme where the dude is like "Ffffffffffuuuuuuuuuuu cccccccc kkkkkkkkk!" because the next day I had to travel 400 miles. It was a VERY quiet and LONG drive.
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Old 04-02-2012, 11:02 AM
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Yea. I installed the new deck and it didn't turn on. I also reinstalled the REC and it too didn't turn on. I pretty much reacted like the meme where the dude is like "Ffffffffffuuuuuuuuuuu cccccccc kkkkkkkkk!" because the next day I had to travel 400 miles. It was a VERY quiet and LONG drive.
[shoots self in head]. Man that would SUUUUUCK. Glad you're all up and running now though
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Re: Sub Install with stock radio!

Where did you splice your LOC into the speaker wires at? The pin outs (http://wkjeeps.com/wk_audio_pinouts.htm) dont match my amp outputs at all. I was hoping to do it right under the seat at the factory amp so I don't have to run my RCA very far.
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Re: Sub Install with stock radio!

If you scroll down on that page to the Amplifier Pin-outs, they should match up perfectly...
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Re: Sub Install with stock radio!

I did that but I don't have any gray wires and I have more than what it shows on the pin outs.... I'm confused.
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Re: Sub Install with stock radio!

Now that's odd. Just so we're on the same page, you're looking at the amp behind the trim panel in the trunk space right? If you don't have gray wires attached at all to those pinouts, it's possible that you have a different harness (off of a different year Jeep).
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Re: Sub Install with stock radio!

I'll double check tomorrow after work but I went through the bundle and didn't see any gray wires. I have an 06 overland so it should match up fine. Maybe I just didn't look hard enough or the pain killers for my broken ribs are making me hallucinate.
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That floor board is impressive. Nice install and thanks for the pics!!
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Re: Sub Install with stock radio!

I got it figured out I don't know what I was looking at yesterday. One thing though... I tapped my remote into the cig lighter in the cargo area so my amp is always going to be on. With the light on the amp on all the time it's just asking to get stolen so is there anywhere else back there to tap into for the remote? Would another amplified speaker wire work for that or could I use one of the FUSED B+ wires from the C2 stock amp connector? If I ran it from the cig lighter up front I would have put a switch in but it was easier to do it in the cargo area and now I dont have that option.
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