- Apr 2, 2017
- Reaction score
- Elev 5,280
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The radio and amp harness are integrated into the main harness, there is no separate harnessSo here is the amp, radio and the big hole i made in the dash. Still can't find the stinkin amp harness. Would it be coming from the right hand side from behind the glovebox door? both of those harnesses off the amp go into a much larger tape wrapped loom. the 20 amp fuse under the hood is good. i got the fuse diagram off this forum.
well not sure what your budget is but the infinity Kappa series are a pretty good choice, prices vary...... dependingOriginal Poster here coming back to the original topic… my truck definitely sounds better with the factory amp bypassed, but there’s still a definite peak in the upper midrange. It’s still a bit shouty. I’m thinking it’s got to be the cheapo speakers. I’ve played around with the eq settings a bunch but I just can’t tame it… Does anyone have any suggestions for some budget minded door speakers that actually sound decent?
you will have to find the wiring diagram for it, one of those harness plugs is the input and other is the outputWhat would you say is the easiest way to test the rear door speakers? Does anyone know what wires are the rear speakers coming out of the amp? What about the door harness? Is there a way of accessing the wires there? If the amp is bad how do you diagnose that?
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