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Wiring colors from head to amp

1998 Jeep G/C Limited w/infinity sound. amp is under back seat. Trying to find a color sceam for the connector from the head unit to the amp so I can splice in my sub amp. Have to be on the low side of the Infinity amp. found many wiring colors from amp to speakers but not what I need.


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