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Old 06-19-2008, 10:25   #1 (permalink)
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Question on Explorer Subwoofer (2005 Model)

I just purchased a 2005 Explorer last night and I absolutely love it. Traded in my 2004 Ford Escape and I really enjoy all the new features (and extra room) that the Explorer has.

The vehicle has a subwoofer installed in back and while I definitely enjoy having it. I was thinking of replacing it with something that has a bit more power.

My idea is to replace the subwoofer and the factory amplifer. However, there are two things I would like to do. The first is to locate the new amp in the same location as the old one. This will require a VERY small amp. The second is that I want to reuse the wiring from the old amp as I do NOT want to run a power cable to my battery (I think it looks like crap).

I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts or advice they could share with me?
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