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Add Bass/Subwoofer to 2017 Ford Mustang


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Fobin 
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Posted: September 18, 2018 at 12:42 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote Fobin
I bought a 2017 mustang gt with in dash sync/shaker system. It sounds like crap. Wondering if there is an easy way to add bass/amp/subwoofer. I cannot find any wiring info. Dont want to get into replacing the headunit. Looking for suggestions.
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Frank
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Factory Amp Turn-on      Blue/Green      +      Radio, black 24 pin plug, pin 7           
Power Antenna      Yellow/Green      +      Radio, black 24 pin plug, pin 2           
Left Front Speaker (+/-)      White - White/Brown or Green - Gray      +,-      Radio, black 24 pin plug, pins 22 - 10           
Right Front Speaker (+/-)      White/Violet - White/Orange or Violet - Yellow      +,-      Radio, black 24 pin plug, pins 23 - 11           
Left Rear Speaker (+/-)      White/Green - Brown/Yellow or Green/White - Brown      +,-      Radio, black 24 pin plug, pins 21 - 9           
Right Rear Speaker (+/-)      Brown/White - Brown/Blue or Violet/White - Blue      +,-      Radio, black 24 pin plug, pins 24 - 12           
Center Channel (+/-)      Green - Gray/Yellow      +,-      Radio, black 24 pin plug, pins 20 - 8           
Left Front Speaker - With Amp      White - White/Brown (low); Green/Blue - Gray/Blue (mid/high)      +,-      Amplifier above driver kick, gray 16 pin plug, pins 14 - 13 (low); 14 pin plug, pins 8 - 9 (mid/high)           
Right Front Speaker - With Amp      White/Violet - White/Orange (low); Violet/Gray - Yellow/Gray (mid/high)      +,-      Amplifier above driver kick, gray 16 pin plug, pins 6 - 5 (low); 14 pin plug, pins 4 - 5 (mid/high)           
Left Rear Speaker - With Amp      White/Green - Brown/Yellow      +,-      Amplifier above driver kick, gray 16 pin plug, pins 16 - 15           
Right Rear Speaker - With Amp      Brown/White - Brown/Blue      +,-      Amplifier above driver kick, gray 16 pin plug, pins 8 - 7           
Center Channel - With Amp      Green - Gray/Yellow      +,-      Amplifier above driver kick, 14 pin plug, pins 2 - 3           
Subwoofer - With Amp      Violet/Green - Green/White (preamp); Violet/Red (amp turn-on)      +,-; +      Amplifier above driver kick, gray 16 pin plug, pins 1 - 2 (preamp); pin 9 (amp turn-on)      
Fobin 
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Posted: September 18, 2018 at 6:37 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote Fobin
Thanks for the info. Another quick question. I see hooking up an amp and subwoofer seems to say to take a left and a right speaker hookup as an input. Do you lose the left and right speakers you choose? Do you hookup the amp with connections from the existing speaker to keep the in operation??
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The speakers will still work.
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Posted: November 30, 2019 at 1:56 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote Fobin
If I find a factory sub woofer, would that be plug and play. Mustang GT convertible?? Thanks

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