keep factory wiring?

99dakota

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i have a 99 dakota with the infinity "premeium" sound system. i have read that i should bypass the factory amp. is this true, if so should i just run all new wire. i plan on installing component speakers(don't know which ones yet, suggestions welcome) and a 10" sub under the rear seat. i also plan on a new cd player. do i need a four channel amp for the components? i all ready have the sub and a two channel amp for it. one more thing, how do i tell if my sub is a dvc or svc? thanks in advance.

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You will have to bypass the factory amps. I had to do the same thing on my 04 4Runner. Wasn't too much fun. Do you know where the amps are? If so that makes it a little easier.

 
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