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1999 explorer stock subwoofer

I am the proud owner of a 1999 Ford Explorer Sport. It has the premium sound and the stock 10'' sub in the rear quarter panel is blown. The replacement units cost close to $300! I want to fit in an 8'', I know it will fit, but would anyone know the specs on the stock amp? RMS power? Max to load?

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  • snwbrdtec Mar 19, 2009

    Thanks for the help. I took out the factory equipment last week. I replaced my head unit with an aftermarket Alpine I had from my last vehicle. I fit a compVT 8" from Kicker into there with an Orion Cobalt 300.2 amp. The amp runs off of speaker level inputs, but I ran pre-amp from the head unit with a EFX kit. The sound has a big improvement from stock, while keeping the stock look and enclosure. You could definatly fit a 10'' in there with a new box. All this cost under 200, plus my time. Crutchfield.com is a great site for car audio.

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Where is the factory amp in 1998 ford explorer eddie bauer edition

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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.

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