Question about Car Audio & Video
Yes, a line-out converter should do it.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
If its the factory radio more likely it dont have RCAs ..You will need a 'speaker to line level adaptor" ..This has 3 or 4 wires at one end and RCAs at the other.simply connect a left and right set from behind radio or from rear speakers into left and right sets on adaptor ..then connect your RCA cables side to amplifier using RCA wires.
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