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How do I bypass the factory monsoon amp on a 2001 chevy camaro?

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Every time I've done an install an a Monsoon system, I've run new speaker wires. It's the easiest way to bypass the amp because I don't believe there's anyway to integrate it. You should be able to locate the constant and ignition wires in the factory harness with a multimeter and tap into those.

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Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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