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Question Fast connect harness

on the description for the fast connect harness for my car it says excluding Infinity system. It is a 2002 Chrysler sebring. Is there a fast connect harness i can use.
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Default Re: Fast connect harness

i think my tube is a TA850C or something like that
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i think my tube is a TA850C or something like that
Welcome to the Bazooka Forum BRL. Yes, there is a FAST Harness that you can use, even if you have the Infinity System. You can use FAST-9999 (universal harness) and be sure to purchase the FAST-BTAH extension harness for your TA850C.

http://www.bazooka.com/products/mobi...UNIVERSAL-P224

http://www.bazooka.com/products/mobi...ion-Cable-P230

The FAST 9999 is extremely easy to install, just be sure to tap into the correct wires in your factory harness. Using the FAST-9999, you will simply tap into your factory 12v power with the Red Wire, factory 12v key-on/key-off with the Blue/White Wire, and the others in the like manner. Don't forget, you can also configure the Tube for Auto-Turn On as well, if you are unable to find a key-on/key-off 12v (and in doing so you will not need to use the Blue/White wire in the FAST-9999.) Also, tap into the front speakers for the Tube's signal. This will allow you to adjust the fader if needed, and not decrease the signal going to the Tube. Often, when people are trying to adjust for the imaging, they will decrease the signal going to the rear speakers via the fader. In doing so, the signal to the rear speakers is decreased in correlation with the volume. Using the front speakers as your High Level Input source you will be able to use your fader and not decrease the volume of the Tube

FAST 9999
Red: power
Blue/White: remote turn on
Left Front (-): White/Black
Left Front (+): White
Right Front (-): Gray/Black
Right Front (+): Gray

Please post back with anymore questions you may have.
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Default Re: Fast connect harness

To make it even easier, you can also pick up these quick tapping wire splicers from near any automotive shop. Basically you find the wire on your car, put this plastic piece around it, get your wire going to the FAST999 cable, and fold it over. Extremely easy.

This is what they look like:
http://www.midterminc.com/media/5601.gif
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