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Old 03-17-2003, 17:37   #1 (permalink)
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pre existing wireing for AU

question is... is there and pre existing wireing for amps or stacker and anything with the AU??, I have a standard double din radio/casset in my furutra....

also is there rca socket on the back of the standard head unit?
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No and No. You will need a line out converter ($20 or 30 from car audio shops.)
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ok, already got one damn it, so they added a wiring loom if the car was to get premium audio?

also, when there was a factory sub added, was there are speaker grill on the parcel shelf or was it just bolted under it??
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a speaker grill was added
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so, if i want to use the mounting for a sub i would need to buy a new parcel shelf? or sut it out and add the grill?
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Just put the sub under the carpet on the parcel shelf - as the sub onlt produces bass, there will be very little difference compared to if you had a speaker grill.
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