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I'm eventually going to upgrade the headunit, but I'm waiting for a Navi unit that I actually like. ;-)

I want to add my Alpine Amp and JL Sub, that aren't doing much more than collecting dust, to my stock, non-Audiophile, 07 6 speaker system. I already purchased a SoundGate LOC4.2, but where can I tap for the remote lead? I've never added amp(s) to a stock headunit before, and I haven't pulled the dash apart yet to look. Just wondering if I need to pick up a triggering device...
 

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On the back of your new head unit, there will be a cable for the remote lead (my avic-d3 had it). If it does NOT have that, you can always splice in to the constant 12v lead from the battery (which I believe is yellow.)
 

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I want to add my Alpine Amp and JL Sub, that aren't doing much more than collecting dust, to my stock, non-Audiophile, 07 6 speaker system.
Stock headunit... not aftermarket.
 

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Just read the manual on my amp and it requires a 12V signal. I'm just going to tap into the interior fuse panel, wire in an inline fuse, and run that back to the amp through a switch. Now I just need a weekend off to get it done....
 

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This is what I went by:

Pin1 - Blue/Red - Voltage supplied at all times
Pin2 - Green - Accessory Delay Relay Switched Output
Pin3 - N/A - Not Used
Pin4 - N/A - Not Used
Pin5 - Violet/Black - Antenna Power
Pin6 - N/A - Not Used
Pin7 - N/A - Not Used
Pin8 - White - Left Front Speaker +
Pin9 - Brown/Green - Left Rear Speaker +
Pin10 - Brown/White - Right Rear Speaker +
Pin11 - White/Violet - Right Front Speaker +
Pin12 - White/Orange - Right Front Speaker -
Pin13 - Black/Blue - Ground
Pin14 - N/A - Not Used
Pin15 - Gray/Brown - Voltage Supplied in Start (Overload Protection)
Pin16 - N/A - Not Used
Pin17 - N/A - Not Used
Pin18 - Gray/Yellow - Audio Steering Wheel Switch Signal
Pin19 - Blue/White - Audio Steering Wheel Switch Return
Pin20 - N/A - Not Used
Pin21 - White/Brown - Left Front Speaker -
Pin22 - Brown/Yellow - Left Rear Speaker -
Pin23 - Brown/Blue - Right Rear Speaker -
Pin24 - N/A - Not Used

Or you could just t-tap into pin 1 on the factory harness and make your life easier.
 

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[quote author=anarchyx link=topic=92271.msg1798986#msg1798986 date=1193056876]
Pin1 - Blue/Red - Voltage supplied at all times
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Or you could just t-tap into pin 1 on the factory harness and make your life easier.
[/quote]tapping into "pin 1" on the factory harness would keep the amp on all the time (inclding when the car is off :dur:)

did you mean pin 2?;)
 
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