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Old 09-22-2004
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Soon my truck will be traded and i'm curious of how much for stereo removal. I'm only want the 2 amps, sub/box, the wiring and In-line inverter behind the CD-6. The Pioneer speakers will stay.

Actually I can just remove the amps and boxed sub and remove the fuses on the wires near the battery. The wiring i'm concerned about. I will have the stereo reinstalled in my dad's old car so any info is great :D
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Old 09-23-2004
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ummm FREE

do it yourself man it's easy
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Old 09-23-2004
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Yeah, it should only really take a screw driver, unless you got wires under the seats that you want to remove. Then you just need Torx bolt to remove the seats. So just unhook everything it will come out easy enough. Just depends on how much wiring you will want to re-use, and if you left the stock wiring in place or not.

Whoever bought my old truck has a 4 gauge power line running into the cab, complete with fuse block (but no fuse). I just didn't feel like removing a old wire that has been in the engine bay for over a year. Besides I can get something better for around 20 bucks.
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