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Re: 07 jeep wrangler
I wouldnt worry about the dash speakers. Leave them in there and Pod out your doors. They are hidden in the dash if I am not mistaken. I know with Jeeps its hard to install speakers in the dorr as they are so shallow. Use big back fill, to compensate for no sound in front, or buy some Kenwood 3 ways, they are the shallowist you can get. You will still have to pod the door though.
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You will need a wiring harness, the head unit, and instructions. Visit www.sound-repair.com to see if they have the instructions there. You can also go to www.crutchfied.com and purchase items and instructions there. Hope this helps
Hi there, I have a cherokee at work and the tachometer wire is a grey/blue or grey/white wire which comes off of the engine control module on the right hand side of the engine bay as you are looking at the car. This is the one that sends the pulse signal which should then be wired to your remote start module so that it knows the engine is running.
unfortunately that's going to be a labor intensive project. You will have to follow the wires to where they go and make sure that they are all tight.
Being that the sub stays on you know you are looking for a loose wire off the other amplifier or the head unit depending on how you are powering those speakers.
if you have two amps one for the subs and one for the mains its probably not the power or ground going to them since both are not shutting down but check where the power splits to each amp.
start at the amp that isn't working unhook the cables. Test that those cables have power and proper ground then make sure they go back on cleanly (no loose strands) and tightly. proceed to follow the power wires to where they are connected.and double check everything.
If you have access to a continuity and voltage tester that will make it a bit simpler.
Depending on how clean an install it is (no panels, speaker boxes amps or seats to remove) it shouldn't take more than an hour or so. I always recommend that connections to power blocks remain easily accessible as I have had to remove amps, subs and junk like neon to get at wiring and its always a nightmare.
if its the original radio .Fuse should be underneath dash driver side it should be 10amp or less (red ) .If it is an aftermarket radio , check jeep fuse first if not fuse will be at back of radio harness or radio chassis