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Re: TAKE OUT STERO
First you need to go to Schoche.com and Purchase a Small Blue Box that will let you convert the Audio wires into RCA Jacks. Got one for my 2007 Scion Xa Worked Great! You will still need to run your wires for the amp and Run RCA Cables to the Stereo. This box will cut into the Rear Speaker wires and still allow the Speakers to work while allowing you to Connect the RCA Cables for the Amp to the Box.
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I've never seen a supercharger add-on for the 323. There was a 323GTX model for that year that came stock with a turbo and intercooler. If anyone would know about spuerchargers for that year it would be HKS.
The 2003 neon alternator is actually controlled by the PCM, so swapping alternator is not possible, you have to add on an alternator and dedicate it to your stereo, I'm researching the same thing, I'll post my solution to this when I figure it out myself!
You have two options If the truck is stock then the 95 amp is fine but if your running aftermarket accessories then you would benifit from the 130 amp. All the alternator has to do is keep up with the load being applied.
chev stock radio does not have extra plug in for sub. to run your sub, im assumed you also going to run an amp to it also. there are no addition plug in in the back, but that does not stop anyone if you know how to rig things. i would not recommend rig wires on your 2007. I would install a new radio before rigging that car; than add a sub. keep in mind most of GM radios come with stock amp built into the radio itself. If you cut the wires from the radio and wire it to your sub amp you will get nothing but distorted sound. anything sound goes to any amp need to be pre-amp in order to work properly. hope that help some