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Old 03-18-2011, 07:20 AM   #121
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Jeep Dreamin, if you can come down to Brunswick, GA I will install it for you. If you can't solder, go to walmart and buy one of those cheap kits with the electrical connectors and the crimping pliers; crimp the connectors tightly and give them a tug to make sure they hold. Hope this helps! Mine is still going strong.

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Old 03-18-2011, 08:49 PM   #123
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Welp, I did it!! I'm pretty proud of myself because I've never done anything to a car EVER! Granted it took me about 7 hours and 2 trips to Home Depot...but hey...I learned a lot during the process! Anyways, just wanted to thank you all, especially Rogue for posting the step-by-step instructions...I wouldn't have been able to do it without those! I ended up spending $15 on the woofer and about $90 at Home Depot (but that was for a Dremel, some torx bits, and a few other tools/supplies that I probably should have already owned anyways). STILL cheaper than the $150 the audio place wanted to charge me for 2 hours of professional labor! I'm so proud of my finished product and now I can't wait for the next project!

P.S. Rogue, I just saw your reply about coming down to Brunswick LOL! Had I known it would take me 7 hours I probably would have taken you up on that lol...not to mention a trip to the beach would have been nice! But seriously, I know it probably sounds silly, but I'm pretty proud of myself for doing it on my own!!
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I totally understand what you mean JeepDreamin. I am glad the info helped. That Dremel tool will be the best investment you ever made. I bought mine in 1994, and have used it extensively since then!

In Brunswick, I have to travel to six or seven places just to find one part or item I need to finish a job! Take care!
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Old 03-28-2011, 09:12 PM   #125
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Replacing 2001 Jeep Wrangler subwoofer

Tried replacing factory subwoofer on my 2001 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, with a Bazooka and a kicker speaker, but both required modification and the speakers would bottom out. I decided on getting my old factory subwoofer re-coned. Is just costing me $60.00 and did not have to drill or have to modify original box. They had re-coned a house speaker and is still playing just fine(after 8 years). It should sound great and will be a easy fix. Takes the company around two weeks to re-cone the speaker. Will post update when I reinstall subwoofer. Hope this helps.
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Old 03-29-2011, 07:22 PM   #126
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Thanks Rogue, just ordered the Pyramid WX65X, to replace my blown factory sub on my 2005 Wrangler.
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Old 03-31-2011, 10:25 AM   #127
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Thanks Rogue for your detailed instructions! I recently replaced the factory installed system, sound bar speakers and added speakers in the dash as my Jeep didn't come with them. After being told by the people at Best Buy that the subwoofer was factory only I was a little disappointed so set out to find a way to do it myself. Your post is ACCURATE!!

I checked where you bought your speaker but they were out of stock. Ended up going to Amazon.com and got the Pyramid WX65X for $10.97. Printed out your instructions and a couple of hours later (including dinner, a movie and locating all of my tools) I have a nice new subwoofer in my Jeep.

Thanks again!

For anyone that thinks they cannot do this themself, trust me, you CAN! Follow Rogues steps to the tee (including the coffee breaks) and you will have a new subwoofer in no time.
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Old 04-02-2011, 07:05 PM   #128
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Rogue, just saying thanks for the great instructions! Just finished replacing the blown woofer on my 2004. The local mobile audio store wanted $550 to put a 10" sub in the back, so this fix for $20 was awesome! Thanks for taking the time to type out the instructions.
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Old 05-16-2011, 04:51 PM   #129
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Quadratec has a replacement for the original sub-woofer. I ordered it, followed the directions given above for getting the console out and the replacement is playing. The only thing was that the screen that was over the original speaker didn't fit the new one.

Only problem I had was my 2003 had a different release for the cable than described in the instructions. .
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I replaced my console sub (with a Kicker CVT654 6.5") a couple weeks ago and put the install in a video that I posted on youtube. At the least it provides some of the visual (as well as the full blown stock sub) you can expect to see during the install.

All thanks goes to Rogue for the detailed instructions, I literally printed his post and followed the directions to a "T". Thanks brother! Seriously, without the write-up, it would have been extremely painful, if not unsuccessful all together.
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I can't thank you enough for this great post and write up. You saved me literally $285. The local "audio shop" wanted to charge $300 to do the work and parts and because of this write up I was able to do it my self for a whopping $15, with shipping!!! Thank you, Thank you and Thank you.

I also would like to thank willybTJ. I am a very visual person and your video help me personally a ton, so Thank you.

So now you have put this idea that I can get good audio at a fraction of the cost, I have started contemplating replace my front speakers and sound bar speakers. Like you I prefer to have the anti-left deterrent system of using my stock radio. So I was wondering have you also replaced your other speakers in the same fashion? Or do you know of anyone who has on here, links? I searched the forum but all I could find really has people replacing the head unit also.

Thanks in advance for any advice or help,
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Subwoofer

Just bought an '03 Wrangler Rubicon and the subwoofer was blown,"torn all the way around the speaker". I searched and found a factory repalcement speaker made to replace the center console woofer at "Qudratec". They are on back order and cost $89, but that is a lot less than $240 from Jeep and it is an exact fit with the 4 wire connection
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Just bought an '03 Wrangler Rubicon and the subwoofer was blown,"torn all the way around the speaker". I searched and found a factory repalcement speaker made to replace the center console woofer at "Qudratec". They are on back order and cost $89, but that is a lot less than $240 from Jeep and it is an exact fit with the 4 wire connection
Cancel your order if you still can...pick up the Pyramid listed in this write-up on Amazon.com and wire it in as suggested. Tape off the two wires you don't use to prevent any shorts. I did this recently and the $20 Pyramid sub sounds SOOOO much better than the factory sub, even when it was still working good. The modifications you need to make to fit the sub in are minor and super easy to do.
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Cancel your order if you still can...pick up the Pyramid listed in this write-up on Amazon.com and wire it in as suggested. Tape off the two wires you don't use to prevent any shorts. I did this recently and the $20 Pyramid sub sounds SOOOO much better than the factory sub, even when it was still working good. The modifications you need to make to fit the sub in are minor and super easy to do.
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Excellent guides. If you are afraid of doing this, trust me its easy. I am not that mechanically inclined, an older female and I did this by myself. Took some patience on my part and I didn't have a dremel so I used some tool my husband had that looks like nail clippers. Not like fingernail clippers but the large ones. Took a bit of work but got rid of the excess plastic.

I used the Kicker model sub and it sounds great. Not high powered but what do you expect from a 6 inch sub?
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I can't thank you enough for this great post and write up. You saved me literally $285. The local "audio shop" wanted to charge $300 to do the work and parts and because of this write up I was able to do it my self for a whopping $15, with shipping!!! Thank you, Thank you and Thank you.

I also would like to thank willybTJ. I am a very visual person and your video help me personally a ton, so Thank you.

So now you have put this idea that I can get good audio at a fraction of the cost, I have started contemplating replace my front speakers and sound bar speakers. Like you I prefer to have the anti-left deterrent system of using my stock radio. So I was wondering have you also replaced your other speakers in the same fashion? Or do you know of anyone who has on here, links? I searched the forum but all I could find really has people replacing the head unit also.

Thanks in advance for any advice or help,
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I appreciate it man, its the reason I posted it; I'm the exact same way, I can read for days, but a picture is worth a thousand words.

Your gonna have one big issue with upgrading your dash & soundbar....POWER. I literally did the step by step upgrade on my sound system because I didn't want it to get it jacked and wanted to maintain the stock headunit. My first install was front and sound bar speakers, to the stock head unit and although the sound was better, it was basically like having a formula one race car and putting ethanol fuel to power it. (Possibly the worst analogy I've ever used...haha).

So, it leaves you two options, replace the head unit (probably the easiest least expensive) or try to wire an amp (under your backseat) to the existing stock wiring to give them more power. (More difficult than I honestly think its worth)

With a new head unit, you get more power (usually 50x4) just by itself, an aux input for you ipod/iphone, more sound options through its own equalizer...etc...etc. I had an expensive Alpine and when it crapped out, I bought a Sony off of Amazon (not expecting much due to my experience years ago) but was extremely surprised with the quality and it had a direct digital connection to my ipod in the glove box.

I didn't mean to pull a hi-jack on this thread , message me if you want more detail, but I say change the head unit and then the speakers.
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I can't thank you enough for this great post and write up. You saved me literally $285. The local "audio shop" wanted to charge $300 to do the work and parts and because of this write up I was able to do it my self for a whopping $15, with shipping!!! Thank you, Thank you and Thank you.

I also would like to thank willybTJ. I am a very visual person and your video help me personally a ton, so Thank you.

So now you have put this idea that I can get good audio at a fraction of the cost, I have started contemplating replace my front speakers and sound bar speakers. Like you I prefer to have the anti-left deterrent system of using my stock radio. So I was wondering have you also replaced your other speakers in the same fashion? Or do you know of anyone who has on here, links? I searched the forum but all I could find really has people replacing the head unit also.

Thanks in advance for any advice or help,
Frank
Sound bar speakers are pretty easy to replace, btw you can use 6.5 inch speakers and they fit perfectly.

Ordered 5.25 inch for the front speakers, they will fit if you use this plate from Welcome to NalinMFG.com - 100% Made in USA Based upon the ease with the sub and the sports bar I am anticipating no issues, probably jinxed myself by saying that!

I too am reluctant to replace the head unit. CDs skip too much on our rough streets so I use an FM transmitter to get music from my iPod but I am going to have to break down and get a head unit and hope it doesn't get stolen. I will look for the least flashy one I can find that still has some power to it.
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Sound bar speakers are pretty easy to replace, btw you can use 6.5 inch speakers and they fit perfectly.

Ordered 5.25 inch for the front speakers, they will fit if you use this plate from Welcome to NalinMFG.com - 100% Made in USA Based upon the ease with the sub and the sports bar I am anticipating no issues, probably jinxed myself by saying that!

I too am reluctant to replace the head unit. CDs skip too much on our rough streets so I use an FM transmitter to get music from my iPod but I am going to have to break down and get a head unit and hope it doesn't get stolen. I will look for the least flashy one I can find that still has some power to it.
Not sure how cheap your trying to go, but my past two head units have been Sony (I used to be a Kenwood/Pioneer/Alpine type of person) and honestly they have measured up and surpassed (in my opinion). You can get the below Sony CDXGT550UI for $80 total (obviously doesn't include the mount u'll need) from amazon. Has direct connect to your ipod so you can control from the deck, aux in and the power for the speakers. I have the Sony MEXBT5700U and it has basically all the bells and whistles.

Just giving my un-asked for two cents...

Amazon.com: Sony CDXGT550UI MP3/WMA/AAC Player CD Receiver with iPod Direct Control via USB: Car Electronics
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maybe it's just me but on my '02 i have the center console removed, the two star washer thingy's removed carefully yet my sub box won't budge. It looks like the sub box is held in by the bolts on the top side glovebox door. About to drill them out to check but going to be hard to replace. ... suggestions....
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maybe it's just me but on my '02 i have the center console removed, the two star washer thingy's removed carefully yet my sub box won't budge. It looks like the sub box is held in by the bolts on the top side glovebox door. About to drill them out to check but going to be hard to replace. ... suggestions....
You may have missed a screw somewhere?
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maybe it's just me but on my '02 i have the center console removed, the two star washer thingy's removed carefully yet my sub box won't budge. It looks like the sub box is held in by the bolts on the top side glovebox door. About to drill them out to check but going to be hard to replace. ... suggestions....
If I remember correctly there are two screws inside of the console when you open it up that are holding the sub box in place. As well as three screws on the side of the console where the speaker is (if u pause it the video up above at 4:04 you'll see the three screws). Hope that helps.
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geeez, if I had good light I would have seen those two screws in the glovebox area. Slipped right out.
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Now I just can't figure out how to remove my kenwood deck with the two little tools / keys they give you. I have googled / youtubed and can't figure it out and the paper instructions that came w/ deck say "insert key and remove deck" . Any tips?
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Dude take the rubber mat out of the rear cup holders and there are 2 torx screws one in each cup holder
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Now I just can't figure out how to remove my kenwood deck with the two little tools / keys they give you. I have googled / youtubed and can't figure it out and the paper instructions that came w/ deck say "insert key and remove deck" . Any tips?
One key per side, I believe the petruding edge of the key is facing towards the radio (not sure on that, just flip it the other way if it doesn't work).

Take the face off, then take any trim pieces on the face of the radio (they usually just pop off with a small tug), then insert the keys (one per side) in between the outside of the radio and the frame of the radio holder in the middle of each side. Once the keys have been inserted all the way (probably a half or quarter of an inch is still sticking out) you pull up with the keys and then back towards you; which should result in the radio pulling out of its frame.

Its actually really simple, just extremely difficult to explain if someone has never done it. Let me know if you get it, if not I'll do a quick iphone vid when I get home and post it for you. Good luck.
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willybTJ: thanks for the offer, with one more effort before going to a shop to be shown how I finally got it! First time is tough but now I could do it in my sleep.

Thanks for all the help, awesome forum!
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No problem man, I just try to give back the small knowledge that I have after taking so much of other peoples.
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Help!

Alright, I'm having a lot of trouble with the wiring with the Pyramid. I have a 2003 TJ that has four wires...a red and black bundle and a grey and brown bundle. I've tried what I think is every single combination. I have an aftermarket head unit, but power was going to the blown sub with both the stock unit and the aftermarket unit so I figure it should hit this one as well.

Has anybody with a 2003 TJ that has the four wires found a successful wiring? Also, I'm testing it without putting the whole thing back together each time, that wouldn't matter, right?

Thanks for your help!
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Alright, I'm having a lot of trouble with the wiring with the Pyramid. I have a 2003 TJ that has four wires...a red and black bundle and a grey and brown bundle. I've tried what I think is every single combination. I have an aftermarket head unit, but power was going to the blown sub with both the stock unit and the aftermarket unit so I figure it should hit this one as well.

Has anybody with a 2003 TJ that has the four wires found a successful wiring? Also, I'm testing it without putting the whole thing back together each time, that wouldn't matter, right?

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I just used the ones that were gray and white that were hooked up to the old sub and just taped off the other wires.
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I don't have a white one. Whats the other wire with the white one? I have a grey/brown and a red/black. Thanks. Also, is yours a 2003-2006?

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