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Hook up the MRP-M350 to one 4-ohm sub, and you get 200 watts RMS;
connect a second 4-ohm subwoofer and the power output increases to 350
watts! All that juice means that your subs won't just be loud, they'll
sound clean and thumping.
What AMPlifier are you using? Where is the main power wire and ground wire for the amp connected? (an amplifier with 25Wx2 or larger should be connected with proper fused wire directly to battery). I would check the fuses in your car as well (when the ignition key turned ON you should have power both to the Yellow wire and Red wires on the Alpine radio, there will be two fuses you must check in the car if not but I have no idea what car you are driving (one will be the radio fuse) (the second could be marked radio 2, or clock, or lighter ... or a host of other things) so I cannot tell you which ones to check, so look in your vehicle owners manual it should help. What did you connect the Blue / Whte wire from the Alpine radio to?
You connected your blue alpine wire (power antenna) to your blue wire (amplifier remote on) on the BMW harness adapter. You need to undo this, amputate your blue alpine wire (because your E36 has no power antenna) and connect the alpine blue wire with white stripe (remote power) to your blue wire on the harness adapter.
When you switch source from the radio, alpine is shutting off your amplifier through the connected power antenna wire. Since you're not listening to the radio anymore, it sees no reason why it should give it power.
Some 4-Runners have a factory system that uses a separate amplifier to power the rear speakers. In this case you need to activate the amplifier using the blue/white remote output from your Alpine deck. It sounds like the wire that activates the amplifier is currently attached to the deck's blue "power antenna" output, so that the amplifier is only on when the tuner is selected.
Disconnect whatever is attached to the blue wire behind the deck, and attach it to the blue/white wire instead. That should solve the problem.