This is a few weeks worth of pics I had posted in other forums, so I thought I'd bring it over here as well.
Figured I'd bring this over here.
I thought I would start one of these up since I never post any pics of the S-10.
My daily driver is a 2003 GMC Sierra. It's been bone stock for as long as I've been driving it (about 2 years or so) and I've finally had enough.
-Sundown SAX100.4 for the highs (active)
-Kicker ZX2500 for the sub
-12" Fi BL
-Ascendant Audio Carbon mids
-LPG 25NFA 1" Textile Tweeter
-XS power batteries
This is as far as we got today.
I'll give you the detailed story as to why.
So we get this beast of an alarm wired up partially because we are missing a certain bypass that is needed to control some ****. So we just leave the harness in there because the vehicle still runs fine with it in there.
During the time they are putting in the alarm, I get my avh-4200DVD all wired up with the parking brake relay, RCA's, remote wires, the whole deal. I test it out and everything works great.
So we go to leave about 2 hours ago, i go to start the truck and everything just goes crazy. Won't run, dash lights staying on without the key in the ignition, fuel pump keeps cutting on without the car on, a whole mess of ****.
So we try to troubleshoot and end up taking out the entire radio and harness, put the stock radio back in, and completely remove every single wire we put in for the alarm.
My buddy who is helping me out used to be a GM technician, so he goes "lemme try something." He goes under the hood, tightens 2 ground bolts, and everything ****ing works perfectly.
So we basically destroyed 5-6 hours worth of work all because of two loose ground bolts.
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I've been slowed down by work and bad weather, so I haven't gotten much done in the past few weeks, but I am making progress!
Alarm and Double DIN are in:
Power wire ran:
As you can see, most of the interior is still out. Once I pull the headliner down everything will be accessible, then the long process of deadening will begin.