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I have a 2005 chevy silverado with bose speaker system with the subwoofer mounted under the center console. what wires to the amp do i need to splice into in order to receive a singnal to route to another amp to power another subwoofer.

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Ur doin too much...you only use two amps to run a common subwoofer...if you want two subs either hook them both up to the amp you have, or get a bigger amp...hopefully this helps

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