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Amp Connector 1 - Input Connector from Headunit
<table width=100%><tr bgcolor=gray><td width=5%>Pin</td><td width=45%>Speaker</td><td width=5%><br></td><td width=45%>Wire Color</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#6DCFF6><td>1</td><td>Right Rear</td><td>+</td><td>Blue w/ Orange stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#6DCFF6><td>2</td><td>Right Rear</td><td>-</td><td>Blue w/ White stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#6DCFF6><td>3</td><td>Right Front</td><td>-</td><td>Blue w/ Red stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A186BE><td>4</td><td>Right Front</td><td>+</td><td>Purple</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A3D39C><td>5</td><td>Left Front</td><td>+</td><td>Green</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A67C52><td>6</td><td>Left Front</td><td>-</td><td>Brown w/ Red stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A67C52><td>7</td><td>Left Rear</td><td>-</td><td>Brown w/ Yellow stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A67C52><td>8</td><td>Left Rear</td><td>+</td><td>Brown w/ Blue stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A3D39C><td>9</td><td>On/Off</td><td><br></td><td>Green w/ Red stripe</td></tr></table>


Amp Connector 2 - Output Connector to Speakers
<table width=100%><tr bgcolor=gray><td width=5%>Pin</td><td width=45%>Speaker</td><td width=5%><br></td><td width=45%>Wire Color</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#6DCFF6><td>1</td><td>Right Front Low (Door)*</td><td>-</td><td>Blue w/ Green stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#6DCFF6><td>2</td><td>Right Front Low (Door)*</td><td>+</td><td>Blue w/ Red stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#FDC689><td>3</td><td>Right Front High (Dash)</td><td>-</td><td>Orange w/ Black stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#FDC689><td>4</td><td>Right Front High (Dash)</td><td>+</td><td>Orange w/ Red stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A67C52><td>5</td><td>Right Rear High (Rear Deck)</td><td>-</td><td>Brown w/ Green stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A67C52><td>6</td><td>Right Rear High (Rear Deck)</td><td>+</td><td>Brown w/ Red stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A67C52><td>7</td><td>Right Rear Low (Rear Deck)</td><td>-</td><td>Brown w/ Black stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A67C52><td>8</td><td>Right Rear Low (Rear Deck)</td><td>+</td><td>Brown w/ Purple stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#FFFFFF><td>9</td><td>Left Rear Low (Rear Deck)</td><td>-</td><td>White w/ Black stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#FFFFFF><td>10</td><td>Left Rear Low (Rear Deck)</td><td>+</td><td>White w/ Red stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#FFFFFF><td>11</td><td>Left Rear High (Rear Deck)</td><td>-</td><td>White w/ Green stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#FFFFFF><td>12</td><td>Left Rear High (Rear Deck)</td><td>+</td><td>White w/ Purple stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#FFFFBB><td>13</td><td>Left Front High (Dash)</td><td>-</td><td>Yellow w/ Black stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#FFFFBB><td>14</td><td>Left Front High (Dash)</td><td>+</td><td>Yellow w/ Red stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A3D39C><td>15</td><td>Left Front Low (Door)*</td><td>-</td><td>Green w/ Dark Green stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A3D39C><td>16</td><td>Left Front Low (Door)*</td><td>+</td><td>Green w/ Purple stripe</td></tr></table>* Wire color for wire from amp. The color changes before the door.

Door Speaker Wire Colors
<table width=100%> <tr bgcolor=gray><td width=50%>Speaker</td><td width=5%><br></td><td width=45%>Wire Color</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#6DCFF6><td>Right Front Low </td><td>+</td><td>Blue w/ Red stripe</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A186BE><td>Right Front Low </td><td>-</td><td>Purple</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A3D39C><td>Left Front Low</td><td>+</td><td>Green</td></tr><tr bgcolor=#A67C52><td>Left Front Low</td><td>-</td><td>Brown w/ Red stripe</td></tr></table>


Amp Location
In the trunk, on the driver's side*, mounted on a side wall behind the carpet.

*I have heard cases where its been mounted on the passenger's side. But in most cases it should be on the driver's side.


Connecting an Amp to Aftermarket Speakers, using Stock Wiring
1. Connect the Door Speaker Wires to the new aftermarket speakers. They do make harnesses to connect to the stock ones.

2. Connect the wires going to the Output Connector to Speakers* (for the desired speakers) to the outputs on the aftermarket amp.

3. If you will not be using the stock amplifer to power the other speakers (the ones your aren't hooking up the new amp), disonnect the power connector to the amp. Tape off the end.

*Once you cut the wires you will have 2 sets. One going to the amp, and the other going to the speakers. Use the one going to the speakers.


Connecting a Headunit Amp to Aftermarket Speakers
If you install aftermarket speakers in-place of the stock midranges, and use the stock wires, they will onlly output low end freqencys. The only way to fix this is to hook them up to a different amp. The infinity system uses the same headunit as the non-infinity system, so it has an internal amp that you can use. This will also work if you have an aftermarket headunit with an internal amp (almost all do).

1. Connect the wires going to the Output Connector to Speakers* (for the desired speakers) to the wires going to the Input Connector from Headunit¹ (again, for the desired speakers).

*Once you cut the wires you will have 2 sets. One going to the stock amp, and the other going to the speakers. Use the set going to the speakers.

¹Again, once you cut the wires you will have 2 sets. One going to the stock amp, and the other going to the headunit. Use the set going to the headunit.
 
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