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Help Installing Sub & LOC in non-bose truck

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I've been looking online for about 2 hours now and haven't really found a solid chunk of data yet.

 

I just bought a sub, amp and LC7i LOC. Yes I know I only need an LC2i to do this, but I wanted the expandability for adding a 4 channel and upgrading my doors and dash later.

 

This truck is a 2017 regular cab LT non-bose.

 

All I'm really looking for is a diagram that'll tell me which wires are which in the truck so I can find the rear channel to tap into.

 

I'd also like to find a t-harness so I don't have to tap into any stock wires. Any suggestions there?5e7a9b467947c60ff2c286fd74438b2b.jpg

 

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I did just find the Metra bypass harness 70-2057 tells me some stuff, but it definitely isn't very single cab specific. I can probably figure it out from there.

 

http://www.metraonline.com/part/70-2057

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Maybe I've figured out more than I think. It looks like I can combine the above harness with this harness and make my own t-harness.

http://www.metraonline.com/part/71-2107

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I believe crutchfield has a huge database of vehicle specific wiring

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On 18/10/2018 at 8:13 PM, JRoyPDX said:

 

I've been looking online for about 2 hours now and haven't really found a solid chunk of data yet.

 

I just bought a sub, amp and LC7i LOC. Yes I know I only need an LC2i to do this, but I wanted the expandability for adding a 4 channel and upgrading my doors and dash later.

 

This truck is a 2017 regular cab LT non-bose.

 

All I'm really looking for is a diagram that'll tell me which wires are which in the truck so I can find the rear channel to tap into.

 

I'd also like to find a t-harness so I don't have to tap into any stock wires. Any suggestions there?5e7a9b467947c60ff2c286fd74438b2b.jpg

 

Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk

 

 

 

Left rear speaker - pos = green, neg = green/black

 

Right rear speaker - pos = white, neg = blue/black

 

Located at the back of the radio in a green 16 pin plug. Pins 3 and 11, 4 and 12

 

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Left rear speaker - pos = green, neg = green/black
 
Right rear speaker - pos = white, neg = blue/black
 
Located at the back of the radio in a green 16 pin plug. Pins 3 and 11, 4 and 12
 
I'm thinking I'll just tap at the speakers in the back. Only because I just figured out holy shit there are speakers back there!

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From cardboard concept to reality. Just need to wire it to the truck now and put interior back.c9a0aa4c7efc501c4db95ba28a85ec3c.jpge1f8e1f3e2b31c3694d376189db16fc1.jpg369eeb3991c6c6e9b9234912af9e5b16.jpg38c39f44c2db76d09e6d0d0b7b6d615b.jpge54bae915b0597b847a1cc4979baa7ed.jpg1bbc40370d0475ff50057d0142a2d528.jpgac8f59d020a74b6e9252fd45a6e85c69.jpg45734ecded48b74b37363d1d23366d5a.jpgb6772e7502f31b08758432640ee4146e.jpg

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