Question about 1997 Oldsmobile Aurora
I think I have shorted out my Bose Amplifier in my Aurora. The radio is working but I have no sound coming out of any of the speakers, and I wasn't sure if there was anyway to bypass the Amplifier? This is what I was thinking ... I have an amp that I want to install with 2 subs but I was thinking that maybe I could not even use the radio and just use my Zune connected straight to amp and finding a way to hook up the factory speakers with my amp. I tried to hook up the zune to the amp ealier with just my subs connected but it sounded like ****. Any ideal or help with this thanks.
Not too sure what you are trying to do but just buy a aftermarket deck..for example for 100 bucks jvc has a nice deck with remote that plays mp3 and even has a jack right on the faceplate for a mp3 player.then throw your subs in the trunk hook up the amp and bingo banging beat.if u have the aruroa with the battery under the back seat its even easier
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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