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Old 06-04-2005, 12:59 PM   #1
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I am installing a system in my camaro and was wondering if I could just get rid of the amp completly. Wondering if there are any wires that have to be hooked up from the amp harness. A JL 1000/1 ,300/4 and a 5 farad alumapro are going in and I just wanted to get rid of as much weight as possible.
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I have completely bypassed the Monsoon amp and have all new speakers (Alpine 6.5" coax in doors, JL audo 4" in hatch). I wired up my Blaukpundt headunit using a wiring harness from Crutchfield. I didn't even attempt to use any of the factory wires to wire my speakers. I ran all new wires for the 4 speakers. When I install my 300/4 JL Audio amp, I plan to use all new wires to hook up everything to it. So you don't need a single wire off your factory harness to hook up your amps. The wiring setup is fairly straightforward for the headunit. There are the usual power leads, ground, accesory, antenna, etc.
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