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Old 10-31-2012, 03:59 PM
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Hi Guys i just got myself a bazooka amplified tube sub.Here is what i got Bazooka BTA850FH 8" 50W Bass Enclosure
F.A.S.T.-9999 universal connection harness
F.A.S.T.-BTAH extension cable. I have been going through this post and other to install this on my stock stereo on my 2009 honda civic sedan . From what i figured reading through here . i will need not a sperate power cable to run to the battery , as in drilling the firewall. is that correct ? and where is the best spot to connect the FAST 9999 to my internal wiring ? like right after they pass the stock stereo or anything way down. Sorry if this is too much stupid stuff i ask , still a noob with this stuff.
No, you do not need a seperate fused power cable connected to the positive battery terminal. All of the connections are best made behind the headunit, this allows access for the power and signal connections.

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great to hear , less complicated for me . I trying to find a wiring diagram for my stock stereo and i will be trying to hook this over the weekend. Thanks for the help. Hope it all goes smooth.
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Hello I have a question. I bought the bt850 with the fast harnass and hooked it up and it sounds great. I am going to purchase and amp for my 4 door speaker and was curious as to how to go about wiring it to the bazooka. Will I use the fast harnass or run an RCA from the amp or what? Thanks
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Hello I have a question. I bought the bt850 with the fast harnass and hooked it up and it sounds great. I am going to purchase and amp for my 4 door speaker and was curious as to how to go about wiring it to the bazooka. Will I use the fast harnass or run an RCA from the amp or what? Thanks
Disconnect the High Level Inputs of the FAST-BTAH and if your amplifier has a line out, connect the RCA cable from the amplifier's line out to the FAST-BTAH.
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Ok thanks ! I'll give it a shot
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I procured the wiring information and set off on the task this weekend. Opened the stock stereo on my honda 09 civic and tried to connect the harness , but i was lost on the blue one which says connect to
accessory or power antenna. My connector did not specify anything as such. Here is the Diagram .



Audio Unit Connector A (17P)
[Without Premium System]
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
A1 - Red - Dash lights brightness controller
A2 - Brown - Left Rear Speaker (-)
A3 - Pink - Driver's Door Speaker (-), Left Tweeter (-)
A4 - Green - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) SCTY Radio)
A6 - Light Blue - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (K-LINE)
A7 - Brown - Front Passenger's Door Speaker (-), Right Tweeter (-)
A8 - Orange - Right rear Speaker (-)
A9 - Black - Ground (G505)
A10 - Grey - Lights-on Signal
A11 - Yellow - Left Rear Speaker (+)
A12 - Light Green - Driver's Door Speaker (+), Left Tweeter (+)
A13 - Blue - ECM/PCM (VSP) [VSS]
A14 - Purple - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (ACC Radio)
A15 - Grey - Front Passenger's Door speaker (+), Right Tweeter (+)
A16 - Blue - Right rear Speaker (+)
A17 - White - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (+B Backup) [+12 volts (Battery positive)]

Audio Unit Connector B (20P)
[Without Navigation]
(1)The shielded wires have a heat-shrunk tube insulating the outside of the wire. The Color of the insulating tube, typically black or dark gray, may not match the color of the wire listed on the schematic.
(2)With premium sound system
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
B3 - Brown - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux SGND)
B4 - Gray(1) - Shield for terminals No. 3, No. 5, No. 13, No. 14, and No. 15 (Aux Shield GND)
B5 - Blue - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux GND)
B6 - Brown - Audio Remote Switch (Audio Remote GND)
B7 - Pink - Audio Remote Switch (Audio Remote SW)
B13 - Yellow - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux L)
B14 - Green - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux R)
B15 - White - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux Det)
B16(2) - Light Blue - Stereo Amplifier (Amp On) [+12 Volt power on]

Audio Unit/Navigation Unit Connector G (3P)
[All Models]
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
G1 - Not Listed - AM/FM Antenna Amplifier (Sig)
G2 - Not Listed - AM/FM Antenna Amplifier (SH (AM/FM))
G3 - AM/FM Antenna Amplifier (Ant +B[attery])

I made connections from the FAST harness red one to the white postive battery terminal .
Likewise connected the speaker - and + to rear end left and right. I was lost where does the blue connector goes and i tried with couple of options but when everything was plugged in , i did not see the woofer working . Please let me know if any suggestions.
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B16(2) - Light Blue - Stereo Amplifier (Amp On) [+12 Volt power on]

Should be your switched voltage.
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the thing is that connector is available for premium system . I have the basic one which excludes that particular b16
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Default Re: FAST-9999 Installaton Instructions

I have a 2012 Mazda 3 with the Bose stereo/subwoofer. My question is, can you tie in to the existing sub to get signal? If not, would it be possible to tie in to the rear speakers where they plug in at the amp so I won't have to pull my speakers? Also, can I tap in any of the amp wires for the red/blue connections or will I have to pull the radio for sure? Thanks.
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I have a 2012 Mazda 3 with the Bose stereo/subwoofer. My question is, can you tie in to the existing sub to get signal? If not, would it be possible to tie in to the rear speakers where they plug in at the amp so I won't have to pull my speakers? Also, can I tap in any of the amp wires for the red/blue connections or will I have to pull the radio for sure? Thanks.
You may run into an impedance issue by tapping into the factory sub. You can use the rear speakers for a signal source. For the power and turn-on connections, as long as you properly identify what wires to connect to you should be fine.
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