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12-27-2010, 11:17 PM #11
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If the popping is from all the speakers its gonna be the bose amp. So in that case your either gonna have to replace with an aftermarket amp or spend the ridiculous amount of money for the stock bose amp. Or you can replace all the speakers and the amp with all aftermarket stuff. Also you can replace the deck but you have to replace the speakers also cause they run at a weird ohm load like 2 ohms and any aftermarket deck is made to run at 4 so it will just overheat the deck and put it into protect.
Overall either way its gonna be better to go aftermarket. Its gonna be cheaper and sound alot better than the bose system. Bose in short is crap. People think it sounds awesome because it has more bass than the average stock system. No highs no lows must be bose. If you want good sound then get a good aftermarket system. Bose is a glorified stock system. The speakers are cheaply made and not made to last. Its pure mids. When I buy a new pickup I wouldnt get a radio or speakers in it at all if I could because I just tear everything out anyway. Thats my take let me know if it helps
01-18-2011, 11:04 PM #12
Ok, it is all six speakers poping at the same time every time. Aftermarket is a better option than buying the new bose amp. But I have a few questions about installing after market.
1. If I get a head unit with no amp, is there a wiring harness that I can use to bypass where the bose amp is hooked up at?
2. if I get a head unit with an amp, is there a wiring harness that I can use to plug the new amp in where the bose amp was?
3. Or will i just have to rip out the bose speakers, wires, amp and radio and start from scratch? I would hope not. If i have to start from scratch with it I will leave it alone and deal with it for a while longer. lol spring will be here soon
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01-25-2011, 02:11 AM #13
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The amp is really easy to get to. Just pull out the cupholder below the radio it just has tabs. But yeah you have to bypass the amp either way. There are two harnesses on the amp one from the deck and one to the speakers. My boss told me he was able to use a couple harnesses to bypass it but I haven't done it and if you do you have to switch some pins around in the harness. It would be less costly to just cut off the wires you need. There are alot of wires in that harness you don't need. I can probly find the colors for you. If you are going the new deck route you need to buy speaker savers because like I was sayin some of the speakers run at like 2 ohm and most any aftermarket deck has a built in amp that wont take anything under 4 ohm. Basically if you hook it up without the caps the deck will overheat and shut off the amp putting it into protect mode. Speaker caps are about 10 bucks per pair. If instead you get a 4 channel amp it actually makes it real easy to put in considering all the wire you need are right there you don't even have to pull the radio. You just need the standerd amp kit plus an extra rca cable. Plus you will need a line out converter since stock decks don't have pre outs. So getting a new deck would be less costy but it will sound better if you get a 4 channel. Id probly go with a new deck and use the amp from that to power the speakers considering im sure you stock radio will soon follow the path your amp did. I let me know if you want those wire colors sorry it took me a bit to reply
02-04-2011, 05:07 PM #14
If you can get me the wire colors and such that would be wonderful. I appricate it alot. Any recomendations on a good priced set of speakers that would fit in the stock spots? I have 2 tweeters, two 8 inch speakers (i guess they are subs?) and two smaller speakers in the back. I am a pioneer fan but if there is somthing better that doesnt cost alot and sounds good, than I would try that. Thanks alot for your help
03-11-2013, 07:19 PM #15
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Fixed it!! Wire damaged in door boot
Hey guys I was having this same problem but I figured it out! So i have a 08 and my driver door speaker was doing the same when i opened door, the chime would go away and come back and some days speaker would work and some days not so one day while music was playing with door open i grabbed the door boot, moved it around and realized it was cutting in and out when i did that, so i wiggled it around alil more hoping it would find a good spot and it completely stopped working so today i went out and took door panel off to test light both speaker wires well one was damged in the door boot somewhere so i just ran a new wire threw and now it works great!!! Hope this helps
03-13-2013, 04:40 PM #16
It was my speakers when I had this issue. Replaced all 4 of them last year and haven't had any trouble since then.
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