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Anyone know where I can get this? It's a 2002 Chevy with single disc factory unit. Wanting to run subs without cut factory harness. Thanks.
 

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do you mean a line out converter? so you hook your RCA cables up to the amp?

if so, best buy, radio shack, crutchfield, your local stereo store all should have them ~ usually about 15-20 bucks
 

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Yea thats what I want, but dont them splice in the factory harness? Or is it just a harness that plugs into the old and you splice it from there.
 

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yep you just pull the radio and install their harness between the factory wiring and the radio iirc (it's been a while) super easy :drink
 

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I used a pac Aoemgm24, no splicing required. Might be worth looking into on your part to see if it would work in your application.. mine works flawlessly with my 04 bose system

Amazon.com: PAC AOEMGM24 Add An Amp Interface, For Select GM Vehicles: Automotive
Thats pretty cool! I liked mine because I didnt have to run the RCA's the whole way to the back. Pretty cool! :drink



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I used the PAC audio one. Plugs right in between your head unit and the factory wiring, and it will have a blue lead for your amp turn on.
 
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