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I'm looking to add a aftermarket amp and subwoofer to my trailblazer. I need to access the rear speaker wires for my high level input converter and I'm wondering where would be the easiest access? I looked at taking out the factory head unit and it looks like a lot of steps just to find the rear speaker wires. I was thinking of maybe tapping into the wires right where they pass through to the door but wanted to see if anyone else has found an easier way first? Any help is greatly appreciated.
 

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I'm looking to add a aftermarket amp and subwoofer to my trailblazer. I need to access the rear speaker wires for my high level input converter and I'm wondering where would be the easiest access? I looked at taking out the factory head unit and it looks like a lot of steps just to find the rear speaker wires. I was thinking of maybe tapping into the wires right where they pass through to the door but wanted to see if anyone else has found an easier way first? Any help is greatly appreciated.
I recommend this thread Dash/Stereo Removal, Bose Amp, Speaker Install instructions . You dont need to take out the factory head unit if you have a TrailBlazer with a factory amp. Are you using a LC2i as well?
 

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I dont have a Bose system either, but there is a factory amp for the "six" speaker system.
Sorry I didn't read far enough down the thread, I just looked at the PDF the first time. Thank you, this is very helpful. I have the 6 speaker system as well and will take a look at the factory amp. This looks to be much easier.
 
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