Originally Posted by bwhf150
Sure hope it works for you. I am just going off of what Metra tech support is telling me. I actually looked a little closer at my truck today. I do not have the Molex door plugs. Mine is just a rubber boot. I may pull factory wire from there back to the amp and run new wire to each speaker.
As far as running a LOC, I have heard too many people getting interference noise with them. That is why I am trying to use speaker level inputs. Yes I know it would be easier to splice in, but several years of technician experience tells me to never cut factory harnesses unless you absolutely have to....
I have been using LOC's for the last 10 years that I can remember without an issue. You can run your power from the battery down the passenger side, ground off to a rear seat post, hook your remote wire to the accessory power, and instead of cutting the connector, strip back the wire, and jump from them. As long as you do a good job splicing your wires, and use a good quality RCA to the amp, you shouldn't get any noise. A lot of guys just use butt-connectors to save time, and that's where the problems come in. As long as you have a good ground, and you don't take shortcuts, it should sound just fine.