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I need full complete wiring diagram for my 2001 Pontiac grand am gt Had a monsoon stock

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Check the fuse first. Next replace the amp. It can be rewired at the amp. You need a volt /ohm meter to do it.

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On the bottom of the page there is a link for product support. On the next page, type "2005 Grand Prix" in the search box and hit enter. The top link shows an image and pinout on models with Monsoon sound systems, the second link for ones without.

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