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post #1 of 5 Old 09-06-2010, 04:17 PM Thread Starter
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disconnecting sub

i need some help disconnecting the stock subwoofer in the console on an 03 wrangler sahara. thanks

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post #2 of 5 Old 09-06-2010, 04:23 PM
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there are 4 total screws holding the console down, one to the right of the shifter one in the middle to cup holders and 2 under the rear cup holders. Once those are out the whole thing will lift up and the sub is connected via a large connector under the storage part, just disconnect that.
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thanks for the help
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post #4 of 5 Old 09-07-2010, 06:51 PM
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There was a write up I just read detailing the replacement of the stock sub in the Electrical forum. Try digging around there too. Theres a lot of good info in there...

edit: nevermind. Im already here... not sure how that happened....
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there are 4 total screws holding the console down, one to the right of the shifter one in the middle to cup holders and 2 under the rear cup holders. Once those are out the whole thing will lift up and the sub is connected via a large connector under the storage part, just disconnect that.
This. The cup holders can be pulled straight out in front, they have small rubber tabs holding em in.
To get the sub free there are some screws holding it to the console facing the driver (where the grill slots are, 3 screws). The brass brackets are only needed for the sub assembly itself and can be safely removed.

Also remove fuse 3 from your fusebox in the glovebox. That is what powers the amp for the sub and prevents any water making an accidental contact and blowing a speaker or head unit (or just that fuse).
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