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Old 03-28-2013, 12:31 AM   #1
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Mach Sound trouble

Having flowmasters I've never worried too much about my rear deck speakers not working but now I'm Finally ready to have better quality sound. Only problem is somebody had cut several cords left exposed in the trunk for subs I'm assuming. I'm not wanting that just to make the rear decks work again I have a 460 system with aftermarket head unit anyone had similar problems will post pics of wires in morning when it's light
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Completely disconnected rear decks


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Running passenger side from the head unit I'm assuming for an amp ?
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Old 03-30-2013, 11:34 AM   #3
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Nobody? Should I go to another forum for this?
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Well you cant wire aftermarket speakers to the stock system. The 460 runs on 3 ohms which makes it hard. The best bet would be to just buy a replacement rear deck (speakers/subs-amps), or spend the money and re do the whole system. Hope that helps
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There isn't any aftermarket speakers in my car only the head unit. Only the tweeters have power the main rear decks have nothing.
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Gottcha. You could try and pull the whole back unit out and chase the wires. Find a schematic of the stock wire routes and go from there. The 460 is decent sound for most people, but it might be better to just go ahead and replace the whole system. I had an aftermarket head unit and kept blowing the stock amps. I eventually bit the bullet and replaced it. The sound is a lot better too
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U can tie a new amp and sub into the stock wiring harness in the trunk it's on the internet how time do it
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U can tie a new amp and sub into the stock wiring harness in the trunk it's on the internet how time do it
Yes you can. But most new head units have an output for that anyways. You can hook a sub straight from the head unit. Thats what I did too, and I think Its easier IMO.I think he's trying to get the speakers working though
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First check to see if the head unit is wired up correct in the first place. Without the harness adapter installed the stock speakers will not work.
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