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    where can i find my factory amp

    i need to bypass factory amp to get sound in my speakers.....

    where can i find it!!!??!?!?!?!?!








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    Re: where can i find my factory amp

    Originally posted by chinxtaboi
    i need to bypass factory amp to get sound in my speakers.....

    where can i find it!!!??!?!?!?!?!

    You could put all your questions under one post rather than creating a hundred of them, makes it easier to answer...

    You do not need to bypass the factory amp, per-say, you just need to run new speaker wire to all of the speakers from your new HU.

    Let me ask you this- if you found your factory amp, what are you going to do with it? You think you can just run a new set of RCA's to it? Factory amps don't have RCA inputs. They have proprietary 36-40pin connectors, and good luck figuring out what each wire does as there is no specific color coding to them. Maybe if you worked in a shop and could get your hands on a wiring diagram, but otherwise you're **** out of luck.




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    Re: where can i find my factory amp

    Originally posted by chinxtaboi
    i need to bypass factory amp to get sound in my speakers.....

    where can i find it!!!??!?!?!?!?!

    Well what car do you have? That would be useful information. Common places for factory amps is under the passenger/driver seat or somewhere in the trunk.




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    well.......its a 1999 yukon denali...

    your saying i have to run wires from the headunit to all the speakers throughout the car...?





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    My factory amps were being a ghetto with my new HU, and i didnt feel like running new wire, so I dropped $40 and saved me a hell of a lot of time and had BB bypass em.




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    Originally posted by chinxtaboi
    well.......its a 1999 yukon denali...

    your saying i have to run wires from the headunit to all the speakers throughout the car...?

    Yes. Speakers run off wire. If your amp is broken or unused, you need to run wire from your speakers to some power supply (IE headunit).




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    Originally posted by chinxtaboi
    well.......its a 1999 yukon denali...

    your saying i have to run wires from the headunit to all the speakers throughout the car...?

    You should be able to get a bypass module for that vehicle.

    Check here:

    www.autotoys.com




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