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Cadillac Seville / Cadillac Eldorado Forum Discussion, 2000 ETC factory amplifer? location and validation in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Can someone help me in making this extension to relocate my Bose HU to the trunk? Ive manage to snag ...
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    Re: 2000 ETC factory amplifer? location and validation

    Can someone help me in making this extension to relocate my Bose HU to the trunk? Ive manage to snag a factory harness from another 97 a few weeks ago (UW7, same as my existing one) and just need to know how to exactly do so, ive no CD changer just a Double Din Pioneer AVH-4400BH installed, Ive sent PM's and asked in another thread but no responses.

    What wires do i need to run to the Bose HU?

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    Vince you just need power and ground for the stereo and the 2 data class purple wires run to It

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    Re: 2000 ETC factory amplifer? location and validation

    Should i use both grounds off the harness from the Bose? What about E1 (Serial Data Signal E and C) greenwire ?

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    Re: 2000 ETC factory amplifer? location and validation

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    Re: 2000 ETC factory amplifer? location and validation

    Sorry I haven't been on the forum in a while, and was unable to answer your question. What I did is extend each and every wire in that harness (perhaps unnecessarily) so that they all reach the radio with the exception of the audio channel (you can see I added the female RCA plugs in the harness, and these do not reach the BOSE head unit in the trunk--so I can't hear audio coming out of the head unit). The only mod is that--instead of using the audio out of the head unit, I substitute it for the one in the dash. I didn't use any factory harness... I purchased a Male and female GM 32 connectors and simply made an extension to relocate the head unit in the trunk. I can go and change the audio DSP effects (driver, hall, etc) in the trunk, and my steering volume control works as well.


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