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Old 09-08-2012, 03:19 AM   #1
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My '01 V6 has the 460 system and a aftermarket head unit. The primary amp was removed but the 2 rear amps are still good. The sound sucks since none of the amps work. I'm wanting to do something with the system. Ideas?
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I feel like it would just be easier to strip the system and go aftermarket because in my experience with these factory systems, it is a b!tch to fix. It will also sound better if done correctly.
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Can I use the existing wires for new amps and speakers? Or replace the harness too?
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