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    Installing an aftermarket deck.

    I'm about to install an aftermarket deck into my 2001 TJ. I'm going to get the install kit, wiring harness. But I was told that after adding the new deck that my factory sub may not work.... anyone know if this is true? if so is there any way i can keep it working?

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    Re: Installing an aftermarket deck.

    Installed an alpine deck in my LJ. Used the wireing harness adapter and the sub works great. I think it gets its input from the rear speaker signal.
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