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Can you make a HAES amp recepticle plug?


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Hi all (again),

So for those of you who haven't read my other thread on "messed up wiring," I took on the replacement of this already crappy JVC head unit the previous owner installed and found a bunch of wiring issues. BUT, I fixed it, the new Alpine IVA-W203 with the new Navigation kit work GREAT! However, some of the components that go along with it, don't exactly function correctly do to the factory HAES amp having some communication issues with the components.

Essentially, I can't XM radio to work properly, as the volume control does nothing. I can't adjust the volume ;) That's not very good. Lol.

The other problem is that the Alpine Audio Processor I purchased also doesn't communicate with the factory amp as it needs to adjust gain levels etc, and can't.

So the decision was made for me to change out the factory amp to 2 JL Audio amps I have sitting in the garage.

According to my electrical wiring diagrams and the factory HAES amp plug, the wiring is as follows:

Left Door Sub Negative - Brown / Green

Left Door Sub Positive - Green

Left Front Mid-Range Speaker Negative - Yellow / Brown

Left Front Mid-Range Speaker Positive - Yellow

Left Rear Surround Speaker Negative - Brown / White

Left Rear Surround Speaker Positive - White

Right Rear Surround Speaker Positive - Blue

Right Rear Surround Speaker Negative - Brown / Blue

Right Front Mid-Range Speaker Positive - Red

Right Front Mid-Range Speaker Negative - Red / Brown

Right Door Sub Positive - Violet

Right Door Sub Negative - Brown / Violet

The million dollar question is, is there anything I can do to make my own Recepticle plug where I can un-plug the HAES amp Plug and plug it into the new makeshift one? Or am I going to be forced to chop off the connector and run it myself? I'd prefer if I didn't have to do that and I could just reuse the existing plug and make my own to plug in. Anyone done this before?

Thanks

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