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1995 Explorer Premium Sound System, Wiring Diagram, Amp Location?? Help

I am trying to add a amp to the stock system if a 1995 E.B. Explorer. Does anyone know where the amp is located? Also, I want to tap into the low level signal before it reaches the amp so I can run that to my add on amp. Does anyone know where to get a wiring diagram for the system? Thanks in advance.
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1995 Explorer Premium Sound System, Wiring Diagram, Amp Location?? Help

I was wondering if you found any information on this problem. I am installing two twelve in subs and I am not getting any bass output out of my subs and I need some help with it.
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1995 Explorer Premium Sound System, Wiring Diagram, Amp Location?? Help

The factory amp is in the right rear quarter panel in the luggage area. Easy to remove, some screws, bolts, etc.

I Just replaced the factory amp on my 95' Explorer. Used a 200 watt, 4 channel amp (AudioVox Rampage). This is a great amp. I got it at Pep Boys for $50 plus tax.

Recommend you replace the factory speakers as I did. I don't think the factory units can handle the extra power, bass, and treble that the new amp puts out. I'm really impressed with the new sounds.

You also need to purchase a ground isolator/level converter. The factory radio drives the factory amp at speaker levels, so you need a level converter for the amp low level inputs. Also, the low level inputs are usually common ground which won't work with your factory radio, thus the ground isolation is required. I bought mine at Radio shack has these for $15 each, you need two, but later saw a 4 channel unit at Kragen for $20.

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1995 Explorer Premium Sound System, Wiring Diagram, Amp Location?? Help

Does anyone know where the amp is on the 91 4door LXT?

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1995 Explorer Premium Sound System, Wiring Diagram, Amp Location?? Help

Same place. Rear passenger quarter panel under the plastic.
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Red face Fuses are good but no power to Radio

I have done everything possible. Stereo worked, turned car of for 5 mins and nothing. Again all fuses possible have been replaced. Please someone help!!!!
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