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Old 08-24-2016, 08:37 PM
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Harness info.

Hello All,

Can someone tell me if they make perhaps a metra harness like the one I need in the picture, I need the male end to connect to the back of the front dash speaker pods I am adding an amp and bypassing the factory infinity amp and dont want to have to deal with tapping the output of the amp so just running all new wiring. I would like to avoid pulling out the pods even though I have done it to install the kickers in there was trying to save a step. Thanks for any feedback.

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Not that I've ever seen. Usually if you have the factory amplifier, it is best to run your aftermarket amplifier after the factory amp so you retain fading and tone controls. You will have to tap into the wiring, unless someone like Crutchfield makes an adapter.
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Not that I've ever seen. Usually if you have the factory amplifier, it is best to run your aftermarket amplifier after the factory amp so you retain fading and tone controls. You will have to tap into the wiring, unless someone like Crutchfield makes an adapter.
Thank you for the feedback.
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Not that I've ever seen. Usually if you have the factory amplifier, it is best to run your aftermarket amplifier after the factory amp so you retain fading and tone controls. You will have to tap into the wiring, unless someone like Crutchfield makes an adapter.
I was thinking of just cutting the mail end and soldering it to the new speaker wire but I hate to cut anything factory just in case you want to ever go back to stock, but doing this saves me time to pulling pods out and drilling a hole and tapping the wire inside. Still deciding which route to take........
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I was thinking of just cutting the mail end and soldering it to the new speaker wire but I hate to cut anything factory just in case you want to ever go back to stock, but doing this saves me time to pulling pods out and drilling a hole and tapping the wire inside. Still deciding which route to take........
Just keep the wire well marked so it you ever go back to stock, you can solder it back together.

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