I have the factory headunit so in order to get a signal to my amp I went the easiest and cheapest way. That is to take the signal from rear speakers going out of the factory amp and put them to the sub amp. Too bad I just looked at the factory amp and realized I have never done any electrical work before...
I could be wrong, as I haven't done any thing w/ the radio in this vehicle, but in mine the front door speakers are bass only, and the back are mids. I would think you would want to tap the front doors for a sub.
Almost all amps have a low pass filter setting so it can be a full range speaker tap and not be an issue.
One of the reasons you generally tap the rear speakers is so you can help control sub volume by using the fade (front/rear) and not lose your front sound stage. In my case I have it set to like +4 front so the bass isn't as overpowering, but if I'm in the mood and listening to something that sounds good with some booming bass then I can just zero it back out and it's louder.
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This is for anyone who knows about waxes.. you know who you are
Anyway, after I waxed my grand, I got some wax on the black plastic, and it won't come out with water.
I've read somewhere that peanut butter gets the wax out of the plastic? Is that true?
Also, what is good to get a nice black shine on the plastic? I've tried mothers back to black but when I wash it or it rains that stuff disappears. I have also used armorall but that's really messy. Id prefer if I could buy it at a parts store or walmart or something.