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Old 02-19-2018, 12:16 PM   #1
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Need AMP plug pin sequence

Anyone have a diagram of the pins on the amp plug? Ready to start rear speaker install have the 996 cabrio haes amp but want to add rear speakers and start prepping a plug for aftermarket amp swap. Going to use old 4 channel amp to get connector.

Anyway a pin diagram would be appreciated.

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Here's the diagram of the 2000 model amp wiring:
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Here's the diagram of the 2000 model amp wiring:
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Thank you this helps. 1 question pin 7 looks like it is switched 12v to me. Is that correct? That can be used to turn on amp. I will probably just run rca cables for inputs but this gets me into a switch 12v and factory speaker distrobution without cutting up any thing.

I found some class d micro amps i may use. Swapping in tang 5.25 subs into doors, i bought some used boxes to cut up. I dont see fitting 8 subs likee i wanted.

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