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How to bypass the factory amp in a gmc yukon 2001 without a PAC device. what wires do i cut and splice in the factory harness to go directly to the aftermarket head unit?

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There are bypass cables available so no cutting or splicing required. Your search for amplifier bypass harness returned the following

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Amp color code wire diagram 2002 tahoe


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