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The factory sub is made specifically for your vehicle I don't think putting the rockford fosgate sub in that vehicle will sound better I believe if anything it will be worse. Now this is only an opinion. If I was me I would go with a powered subwoofer. But if you have already purchased the sub you can give it a shot and if you do let me know..
hi there is a two fuse box one under the bonnet and one beside the drivers right leg thats for australia maybe different to your country check the one beside the driver leg it should be 15 amp put when reading the cover put back of the cover against fuses thats how you readit good luck
I would be very proud of that truck as the sub that came with the truck was only a 8". The only one that works is the factory model as it is a 1 1/2 - 2 ohm speaker; replacements are 4ohm. You will have to replace the amp as well if you put in an aftermarket sub. Oh and apparently the amp will have to have "speaker level" inputs as opposed to pre-amp inputs. I have a 1999 Eddie Bauer wih a blown sub and I'm trying to decide what to do as well. The speaker is $400 with tax in Canada! Good luck.
Wal Mart has the Complete Amp Install Kit. You will need this. Go to Schoche.com and Locate an RCA Jack Converter. It is a Blue Box that cuts in to the Rear Speaker Wires and Supplies the RCA Jacks that you will need for this Installation.