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I want to add a powered sub to my 2011 elantra touring with out going through the dash. I have all the wiring done but the remote access. I have the gls was wondering if it is prewired at the back for factory sub or if there is another way to run the remote power on off then tearing apart the dash.

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All you need is a power wire to amp but theen you would need a switch to turn it on or off, another way is to connect it to ignition power so it will turn on and off with the ignition,also how hard is it to remove the radio to connect the remote wire, this radio should have a remote hook up or you can get power from the power ant hook up at the back of the radio, so here are so ideas. good day./

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