Bypassing a factory amp

ghs_wrestler189
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I am trying to bypass my Bose amp that came factory with my car. I know that Bose speakers tend to be 2 ohms, so I need to do something to get them to 4 ohms. The problem is I can't follow the wires enough before I get confused.

If anyone has done this before, please get on AIM - ghs wrestler 171 - and give me some advice.

BTW, the reason I'm doing this is so I can turn down the gain on my amp and turn up the volume on my cd player.

 
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