Will the wires still match up on the aftermarket radio I purchased? Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. I'm gonna expand this list so comment if you have problems. Also, consider is the amount of heat the amp produces; thus, it should be mounted in a place where there is enough supply of air. Now i did not yet do this in my car yet as of i don't have my license so i why put it in the car if i can't hear it? My amplifier makes much more power than my speakers can handle, will that be problem? If you have a factory deck and install an amp, there's really no wire to connect the amp to on the factory deck.
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Run the power lead from the amp ensuring that it's on the opposite side of the car to your RCA cables through the hole in the firewall and to the battery.
Installing a DIY Car Amplifier
Since you have your amplifier, you need 12V power supply to power it up. Learn more If all the above information is taken into consideration, mounting the amp will be a walk in the park. Position the amp in place and mark out the mounting holes with a pencil or marker. Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 0 comments.