2008 g35 amp install on a stock bose system

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Old 03-27-2011, 07:27 PM
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2008 g35 amp install on a stock bose system

I have a 2008 infiniti g35 with the g37 body style and am trying to install an amp to my bose system. I do not know which wire i should splice into to connect my amps rem wire(blue wire) to the preexisiting bose amp. I have done all the other connections and wire running already. Does any have an image, diagram, or any sort of help for wiring this?
 
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Old 03-28-2011, 01:23 PM
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what type of amp are you installing mono for subs? or multi channel?
 
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Old 03-28-2011, 05:42 PM
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It's for subs, its a rockford fosgate 601 s amp for 2 subs
 
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Old 03-28-2011, 05:54 PM
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Are you going to use a LOC or does it have a speakerwire input? Some amps (like mine: JL J2 1000.1) have speaker lever inputs. So what I did on my 2007 G35x is take out the sub in the back ( your going to have to because it will destroy the sub if its left in due to the change in pressure from the aftermarket subs in your trunk since the bose sub is a free air or hanging sub.) i took the connector after all the amps and just put the wires in from behind. Im pretty sure its the purple and teal wire with the dark grey being the remote turn on. It sounds great from what I can hear. The boseamps really don't lose much of the sound quality from what i can hear from the lower bass. Ive done testing on a friends car with an almost exact setup (amplifier were different) however he did his before the bose amps and I couldn't tell a difference in the lower Hz at all.
 
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Old 03-28-2011, 09:22 PM
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i did that but dont have any power. is it possible that a poorly ground wire could result in there being no power? im trying to figure out how i went wrong. i put my ground wire behind a bolt on the metal part of my car. is that good enough?
 
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Possibly check your fuses, how bout the fuse by the battery does it look bad? check the fuses on the amp. You have you signal running to the speaker level inputs on the amp, along with the remote turn on wire running to the right spot? Possibly the ground, its sparking and arcing around the ground then it isn't a good ground
 
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Do you have stock stereo? couse i have no clue where to connect rca cables. i have 07 G35S sedan.
can somebody help me plz
Thanks.
 
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ah you need the shop manuals. here ya go! the wiring diagrams you need are in there.

http://www.sfplayers.com/serviceManuals/

Shansong - i'm assuming you're referring to the RCA cables that go to the amp. you'll need to install a Line Out Converter (LOC) to change the speaker wire outputs to RCA outputs.
 
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Audio input

Where did u get the audio input to ur amp??? I also have 08 g35
 
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How did this install come along?

Were you able to use the LOC to tap into the wires after the amplifier?
 
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Do U have a bose system on on Ur car?? I didn't so I installed a high low converter to the righ rear speaker and fished my rcas to the trunk


Originally Posted by MikeJones916 View Post
How did this install come along?

Were you able to use the LOC to tap into the wires after the amplifier?
 
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Yes I do have the BOSE system.

I am not quite sure what to tap into, some people say rear speakers. other say subwoofer line.
 
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Originally Posted by MikeJones916 View Post
Yes I do have the BOSE system.

I am not quite sure what to tap into, some people say rear speakers. other say subwoofer line.
Ok kuz I,didn't have a subwoofer thats why I used the right rear speaker but if u have a subwoofer in the truck that will be a lot better ans easier to tap in to...
 
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What's the trick to getting the brown plug off of the sub?
 
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What's the trick to getting the brown plug off of the sub? And I'm using which two wires to run to the LOC? The thicker ones? They are black and yellow...
 
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