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Amp install??


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#1 OFFLINE   divadavidcars

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Posted 23 March 2012 - 10:58 AM

Anyone install aftermarket amp to their factory stereo to run a sub? just curious if you came across any issues. Im sure ill need a line level converter and way to turn amp on and off unless i get one with a frequency auto turn on.

#2 OFFLINE   GLaDOS

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Posted 21 April 2013 - 08:41 PM

I'm new and just starting to learn this stuff, so here goes:

 

1. the12volt.com lists wiring schematics for many vehicles, but didn't see Flex listed directly.

2. FordFlex.net has a couple threads on this with subs. Some great links to sound dampening, etc., and pic blog step-by-step.

3. You can get the wiring diagram here: http://jasonandginny...ingDiagrams.pdf
4. Because I don't know much about the head unit, I don't know if the F-150 forums would apply for this same thing. However, I was talking to Crutchfield rep who said Apline PXA H-800 might work but can't find anyone with a success story/ components they chose...

5. DIYMA Car Audio Forum another good place to check.

 

Keep asking and reading as I'm finding a lot of quirks with Sync, Nav, MyKey, and the way the battery is maintained - there's volume issues even when right components are installed. F-150 that bass would get cut back by head unit despite efforts to boost via DSP.

 

Anyhow, good luck and sorry couldn't help more.








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