Posted 17 January 2017 - 09:34 PM
OK, so because I am a sad git who likes taking things to bits and never putting them back together, I had another look at the stereo "arrangements" today.
I posted a question in the stupid Q thread - then found a later factory shop manual online. It looks as if -
-That Amp in the back does power the rear speakers and the sub
- I am missing some wiring at the front, which would take the signals to the amp.
I had a delve under the driver's seat where the loom from the amp emerges, but it's not easy to see without removing the seat. I am expecting to find a snipped loom somewhere.
As I was tracing the audio loom back from the rear sub I was starting to think it must have been added by some hacker as it looks a bit amateurish - but then I found some pics online of a bloke with the exact same setup on his. So it's reassuringly factory bodgery (before whoever chopped it got there).
The more I look at the utterly hatstand wiring, the more I like this car.
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