1988 Pontiac Fiero GT.. Has Factory Peformance sound and a brand new Subwoofer from Rodney Dickman (new Pioneer speakers also). I just installed a Monsoon radio out of a 1999 Trans Am/Firebird...
I used this connector basically (same colors) http://www.sonicelectronix....=28403&picture_id=-1
With the slider at minimum the sub works ok with the radio.. With the slider at maximum the sub seems to over amp distort shutoff than make an extremely loud pulsing sound until I shutoff the radio or the car (after I shut off either it makes one more pulsing sound than turns off).. (this is while everything else is playing and operating fine including the speakers)//www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/126722.html
This guy seemed to have a similar problem I see and the last post in that thread states ("you need to cut the blue wire from the connector side and splice into the red wire--that is how it sends low voltage to the amp")
With the connector that I have in the link above is he basically stating to cut the blue wire from the connector and splice it into the red wire on that same connector? And what he is saying is that it will send a low voltage to the amp and prevent the sub from distorting?
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