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each speaker in your car runs the wiring thru an amp. So each spkear has its own amp for the bose system. You can not hook up a none bose radio If you do you will need to run new wires and replace all the speakers. Sorry.
The FAI3A is a 4-channel converter. Perhaps you connected the input from your rear speakers to 2 channels but ran the RCA's from the other 2 channels. It's also possible that the levels need to be adjusted.
Check the wiring and adjustments. Put the RCA's in the unused channels and see if there's output from there. If this doesn't work, most likely, the LOC is defective.
You will need a line level converter for starters (takes speaker level signal and converts it to line level/RCA signal) you connect this to the speaker left/right wires and it has a RCA left right on other end to connect and run to your amps, (you need this box because factory radios don't have RCA outputs on them) At that point all you have to do next is run the power/gnd/rem for your amp and then speaker wires to your front/rear speaker and then sub (if using). You can use one of these converters for your front/back speakers so you will still have use of your front/back/left/right fading options. make sure you disconnect th factory plug/harness at each speaker since the amp will be powering them and you will run speaker wires to each speaker. If you only want one converter it will be on your front channel and your sub will be power by the front. (you will fade to front for more/less sub bass unless your amp has a separate volume/bass control). If you want your sub to fade with rear speakers you will need to install another converter off of the rear speakers. Found a site with some photos that may help you with your project. http://www.redlineforums.com/forums/howto-section/15003-how-sub-stereo-amp-install-factory.html
the 2 left and right dont matter, it only matters when ur hooking up a 4 channel amp. all u do is connect one of the channels to it but it would be best o buy a stereo ull have alot of engine nose and vibration on ur speakers and a thump every time u turn on ur car but itll sound ok for now ti
from the rc converter i connected to the rear speakers taking both positive (left and right) to the positive on the factory speakers, then done the same with the negative (left and right) to the negative of the factory speakers. i connected with a quick connect. then from the converter to the amp using rc's. since my battery is in the trunk, the only wire i had to run through the car is the remote wire from the radio to my amp and then my subs to my amp.
Wal Mart has the Complete Amp Install Kit. You will need this. Go to Schoche.com and Locate an RCA Jack Converter. It is a Blue Box that cuts in to the Rear Speaker Wires and Supplies the RCA Jacks that you will need for this Installation.