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Radio subwoofer/question by failsatheals
Started on: 01-02-2015 01:51 PM
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Last post by: E.Furgal on 01-31-2015 02:59 AM
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I have 2 questions,

I installed my aftermarket headunit but i fpund out my constant 12v wire (i think its orange from the fiero yellow to the hu) was getting no voltage. The radio fuse was good. This wire saves the memory and presets. Anyone have a quick fix to run amother vonstant 12v to it? I know its be easy from the fuse block but not sure what one to break off of without blowing fuses.
My 2nd question is about the center console subwoofers everyone installs. Does anyone know the dimensions to use? I did some googling but only thing that comes up is the one that is sold. Id rsther have it built before i tare the car up.

Tha ks again guys you have been a big help with everything!
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iirc the radio memory + wire is also tired into the ciz lighter.. might want to check that fuse..
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