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Bede.

Mk7.5 1.0 Amp/sub Install?

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Has anyone wired up an amp/subwoofer to the ecoboost models yet? The stereo wiring is different to the pre-facelift MK7's so the guide isn't very helpful. I'm not brilliant with electrics so wouldn't know how to determine which wires are which. Any help would be appreciated. It's the Standard head unit not the Sony one. Thanks.

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I will be trying this at some point this week. Will see what I can do to help

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i currently have a 63 titanium with the Sony unit got it all wired and working fine except for a buzzing sound i'm trying to get rid of at the moment, if you guys need and help give me a shout :)

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i currently have a 63 titanium with the Sony unit got it all wired and working fine except for a buzzing sound i'm trying to get rid of at the moment, if you guys need and help give me a shout :)

Did you run your power cable and your pre-outs down the same side of the car ??? if so you need to separate them, pre-outs down one side, and power & remote wire down the other, this should eliminate the buzzing sound.

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Did you run your power cable and your pre-outs down the same side of the car ??? if so you need to separate them, pre-outs down one side, and power & remote wire down the other, this should eliminate the buzzing sound.

This... Power wire and Remote should be seperate to pre-outs to avoid static interference

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