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qnretail 
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Posted: August 22, 2007 at 5:05 PM / IP Logged  
Looking for the wiring diagram for a 2000 Cadillac Escalade w/ Bose Delco factory sound system. Please include subwoofer wiring and location if applicable. Would also appreciate factory amp locations. Thank you!!!
hottwhyrd 
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Posted: August 22, 2007 at 6:48 PM / IP Logged  

amps under center console in a very bad spot.  the speakers should all be 2 ohm and the subwoofer will simply have spkr wires runnin from the amp to the 2 voice coils. 

i dont recomend messing with these wires. your better off replacing all spkrs... sry

qnretail 
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Posted: August 26, 2007 at 10:42 PM / IP Logged  

Thanks for the info.

I used a LOC w/ a pot. from the subwoofer outputs under the center console to install the aftermarket sub amp (RF 30001bd w/ 15" Cerwin Vega Stroker Pro). I also unplugged the factory woofer as this was creating line noise. I still need to run a LOC from the rear speaker outputs for the second aftermarket amp that will be running an additional pair of 6x9's. After adding the subwoofer we realized that this factory bose system cannot provide enough volume to the mid's and high's to keep up with the added bass. At this point I'm wondering if we should have just pulled the bose system entirely and installed all aftermarket components.

I still am not sure which wires to tap into for the high-level rear speaker outputs. I'm going to check the wires at the rear door speakers and see if they match up with those behind the H/U.

2 x DD9515f's, Digital Designs Z1 amplifier

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