Question about Scosche Industries Car Audio & Video
Okay you will not find a wire to splice into. Assuming that you have an aftermarket Head unit, your gonna need to hook those rca cables in the back of the head unit (the red and white female inlets) and run those to the amplifier, afterwhich can you run at least 6 to 4 guage wire (available at walmart) from the amp to the subwoofer. Now make sure you buy a power compacitor to handle the extra juice needed to run that amp, which is alot cheeper than buying an extra battery and running that off your alternator (not a good idea by the way).
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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