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This is a discussion on Bybass amp within the Stereo and Electronics forums, part of the General Help category; Ok, now that i finally found that POS Delco amp. It was in the rear behind the spare tire....now does ...

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    Bybass amp

    Ok, now that i finally found that POS Delco amp. It was in the rear behind the spare tire....now does anybody know how to bybass the stupid thing? I have an after market HU and it just sounds like crap so I'm hoping if there is a way to by pass the delco amp and run the speakers directly from the HU it will sound better untill I can save up some $$$$.

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    Run new wires to the back of the car.

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    I have read, and am planning on trying, that you can buy two of the harnesses you use to hook up your headunit, and then wire them directly together, and then you connect the plugs that did go into the factory amp, one into each end on the butt splice you made out of the harnesses, and supposedly that is all. Also, that may be just for TA's-I am not sure. But hopefully it works because thats all I want to have to do to run my deck.

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