yup thats it.
thanks man but one question for the line converter most people it seems are just using one speaker should i use both back speakers instead? but okay rest seems straight forward then ill do the same as the windshield whiper fuse then too.i know nothing about the capacitor but i believe one of the guys earlier on in this thread had one so if didn't explain it i'm sure you can shoot him a message. As for using the LOC, you splice into the 4 wires coming out of the rear 6x9's (2 on each speaker). you're loc should have a diagram on which color lines up with which wire on the rear speakers ya gotta get it right. best place for a remote would be any fuse that goes live when you turn the key to any position (at least thats what i did so i could still listen to my subs even when my engine isn't running) - i put it in the windshield wiper fuse its somewhere in the passenger kickpanel box. run your remote and power up one of the side runners or the remote on the passenger side and the pwoer going up the driver side out the firewall to the battery. everything else is pretty much plug n play hope this helps ya out
Thanks alot to you and the others that commented i will probably do this most likely but im gonna look for that grommet to see if i can stuff my 4 gauge into it too. seems tricky tho and what one did u drill through the hole farthest left or the middle one?i drilled then resealed with silicone once the project was 100% done
yah i just gave up on trying to run it through the trim. and damn even with only a 1000 watt amp you think it will be hard on the alternator? damn i was hopeing it wouldnt be to big. Because 1000 watts divided by the 12 volt current is 83.3 Amps, Also not sure if this works but the 600 watt rms for the 4ohm divided by 12 is only 50 amps. I believe the car's alternator puts out 90 amps but i could be wrongfor the trim, the easiest thing i found was just to pull it away from the doors and b pillar, but dont worry about the piece higher up on the b-pillar. you will have enough room like this to run the wire. I also took part of a clothes hanger and taped it along the end of the wire to make it easier to push through. What size wire are you running?
I think you may run into problems with the alternator, but im sure you'll easily notice if you are having issues
oh if your running a 1600 watt and another amp for speakers i should be good with big battery and only 1000 watt amp. i may look at a 1600 watt one too cuz it pumps out 900 watt rms for the big 15" type-r but i think 1000 will be good enough for me. You are probably right with the 115 amps i was just takeing a stab at the 90 amps because i heard vehicles newer then 2004 are around 90 ampsi thought it was more like 115A but i really have no idea. I'm currently running a 1600W amp at 800-900W for my sub and a 127W at 60-70W amp for my speakers and have minimal light dim on the stock alternator and stock battery