Originally Posted by RangerRyan
ok Strider, so how did i tap into the rears and what do i need to get to do that?...anybody got any pics?
go to best buy, or circuit city, or whatever's closest, and buy a Line Output Converter.
pull your head unit out, and take a look at the wiring harness connected to it. there's going to be 2 sets of colored wires you'll need. a set of greens (one will be green, other will be green with a black stripe.. second set will be purple, one solid purple, other will be purple with a black stripe).
make your connections back there by splicing into those lines, then run them to the LOC you've just bought. Green is Left Rear, and Purple is Right Rear (the ones with the black stripes are negative, solid are positive). from there... connect your RCA's to the other side of the LOC, and run them to your amp, where ever you put it.
most of the newer LOC's come with little attentuator's now, which allow you to adjust the signal a bit, so, make sure to tweak that too.
EDIT: just thought i'd mention.. LOC's come in lots of different shapes and sizes.. so if they give you something that may have plugs hanging off of it or something, don't worry.. as long as its a LOC, it'll work. that pic above was the first thing i googled to show an example of what one looks like.. i think it was from crutchfield. you'll find them anywhere from 20 to 40 dollars normally... sometimes, maybe even cheaper.