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If your head unit does not have an output for remote amplifier turn on, you can also use the power antenna remote turn on and run that wire to your amp. Or you can run a small 14 gauge wire from your battery along with your amp power wire, just make sure you put an inline switch somewhere in your dash area. This will give you the option when to have your amp on. 14 gauge wire from battery, to switch, from switch to remote turn on at amplifier. Switch will turn on and off amp. Make sure you turn switch OFF whenever you turn car off or you WILL kill your battery.
If you run a pair of subs to each amp at a 4ohm bridged load per amp you will get the full power of the amps delivered to your subs-roughly 450 watts per sub as punch amps are all under rated-that sh%&t gonna bump hard - thats an incredible setup from an equipment standpoint- i run 1600watts on a pair of 15z and its freaking obnoxiously LOUD and yours will be moving more air than my 15s so it should be just mind numbing - go for it !!!!!!!!
That appears to be a good amp and should power your subs with no problem.
You will want to install a line-level converter to your stock speaker outputs and use RCA cables to the amp. Here's a link to SonicElectronix line-level converters. The PAC SNI-35 is OK if your stock radio has a remote turn-on lead. If not, you should probably look at the PAC TRUNK-LOC. It still a 2-channel line output converter but also includes a trigger output to power on your amp.
Do you have the switch or activate wire on the new amp. to the right hookup? If you do, then theres a problem with the amp and if your not a tech these can be a difficult thing to trouble shoot. Take back the amp or seek out a pro to test it on a bench. Good Luck