: Ccp fuse for remote wire hookup ?



Atomacelli407
04-14-13, 10:39 PM
I have been reading and when installing an aftermarket amp alot of people say tap in to the ccp fuse with a fuse tap like this

http://www.globalindustrial.com/p/tools/snow-removal/snow-plow-accessories/5601010-universal-fuse-tap?utm_source=google_pr&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Snow-Plow-Replacement-Parts-Accessories-google_pr&infoParam.campaignId=T9F&gclid=CMzay_nBy7YCFRQcnAodKUUAaw

now my questions is does the a/c need to be on for it to turn the amp on and does the car need to be running for it to work ? thanks

----------

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/accessories/Electrical/Fuse-and-Accessories/_/N-25gq?filterByKeyWord=fuse+tap&fromString=search&CJPID=6147196&cmpid=cj

----------

And I should get a 2 channel line output converter and hook the two negatives(from the converter) to the negative on the factory sub wire and the two positives to the positive on factory sub right?

THUMB5UP
07-25-13, 04:16 PM
I am in the same situation with my 2007 CTS 2.8L Non-Bose. I tapped into the CCP fuse with one of those fuse taps. I has come on twice but stops after I turn the car off. I suspect the power wire from the battery terminal to the engine fuse is corroded (from a old system). If it isn't that, then I am moving the remote wire to a different location other than the CCP fuse.