Ford Mustang Forum - View Single Post - Added a sub/amp to the Shaker 500 (mounting methods)
View Single Post
post #23 of (permalink) Old 05-20-2011
wingless
PONY Member
 
wingless's Avatar
 
Joined: Aug 2010
Location: Boca Raton
Posts: 881
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by mittermiller View Post
simply cut the wires going to the rear speakers, twist the ends and clamp them in a butt splice and then clamp that corresponding wire for that reQ into the other side of the splice?

i'm doing my best to spell everything out before i start cutting wires
Not commenting on the electrical side...

This is a nice option for tapping into existing wiring. The continuity of the wire remains unbroken and the voltage / current is branched to a new location.

Ensure the splice is sealed from moisture ingress. This is important!


Right Splice Leaves Factory Wiring Unbroken.




A IDC crimp splice is another option. It just leaves two small slits in the insulation.


2011 GT Mustang - Performance White / Brick Red - Cashmere : 401A : Brembo : Electronics PKG : Spoiler Delete : 3.73:1 : Glass Roof : Comfort PKG : Security PKG : HID
wingless is offline  
 
 
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome