Originally Posted by burg150xlt
I just installed 4 kenwood KFC 6894 door speakers and now I want to add a subwoofer and amp. Obviously I am staying with the factory non MFT sync system (2013) what would be the best way to hook a subwoofer to this system. I have a pretty good knowledge of stereos but don't know wether there are RCA outs or I need to get signal from elsewhere any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Although I have a 2011 and not a 2013, I think there probably isn't a lot of differences between the stock factory non-MFT head units.
Check out this thread:
I used the PAC FRD24 harness to add a subwoofer to my 2011 XLT stock non-MFT head unit. Plug and play, no cutting of any wires. Unplug factory harness from back of head unit and plug it in into one end of the FRD24. Plug the other end of the FRD24 into the head unit where the factory harness came out and bingo: all your existing audio still works and you now have 2 RCA jacks to run one or two subwoofers or an amp from.
I used one Sound Ordnance B-8PTD
powered sub that provides just the amount of base that I need. I didn't want window-shattering bass so this was perfect. It fits right behind the back seat, has an auto-turn on if you want to use that, or manual turn on that connects to the remote power on that is on the FRD-24. Let me know if you have specific questions and I'll try to answer them.