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    factory amp bypass

    i know this question mustve been answered before but I have a 2001 toyota avalon with the JBL system in it. I have subs in the trunk and im getting a double din headunit.

    Im keeping the speakers stock and my question is do i need a amp bypass or can I just stick with the regular wiring harness without blowing out the stock speakers?







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    Re: factory amp bypass

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    Re: factory amp bypass

    if youre worried, just clip all the factory wires then run your own wires to the headunit



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    Re: factory amp bypass

    but is the regular wiring harness sufficient?




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