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Question In need of 09 Audiophile wiring diagram please

I'm going to be installing my stereo equipment in my 09 King Ranch F250 with the factory Nav unit. I need to know where the amp is for the highs and the color code/wiring diagram for it. I'm pretty sure the amp for the sub is on the enclosure, but I'd like to have the diagram for it as well. All I have been able to find is the 08 sub amp input colors. I'm pretty sure that I will need to tap into the output wires on both amps.
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FYI: I will be using an Audiocontrol LC6i as a converter which will feed signal to a Punch 800a4 and Sundown Audio SAZ-1500 amplifier
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I'm going to be installing my stereo equipment in my 09 King Ranch F250 with the factory Nav unit. I need to know where the amp is for the highs and the color code/wiring diagram for it. I'm pretty sure the amp for the sub is on the enclosure, but I'd like to have the diagram for it as well. All I have been able to find is the 08 sub amp input colors. I'm pretty sure that I will need to tap into the output wires on both amps.
Thanks in advance guys!!
FYI: I will be using an Audiocontrol LC6i as a converter which will feed signal to a Punch 800a4 and Sundown Audio SAZ-1500 amplifier
I can't remember the exact site but it's 12volt.com or something like that- Rey have wire diagrams for all kinda of different systems for all vehicles- just google 12volt.com f250 stereo wiring diagram. Start there and that should get you to the right place.


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I've done a fair amount of searching so that I didn't over post, but I've had no luck. Almost Everything on the12volt.com is about alarms. Google has been no help unless I still owned a F150 (which I have the wiring diagram for if anyone needs it).
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Dang that's all they had was alarm diagrams? I've used then for stereo wiring diagrams for my 00, 05, and 08 trucks. There wasn't any with the audiophile stuff?

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I went through 10 pages of search results just searching f250 on there and didn't see anything that matched. Where was the amp on your 08? Is it under the console? That's where one of them were in my f150. It was a pita to get to, had to remove the passenger seat and the entire console... I've got the next couple of days free and wanna try to get this done. I ran my 0awg power wire today before daylight was gone.
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Not sure If this one will help you out but I'm thinking it might, maybe you missed this page??

http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/...932&TPN=1&PN=1

Let me know if that's helpful, my truck didn't have the stock amp.


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Thanks man. Unfortunately that didn't show any kind of diagram. It made mention of pins on the head unit and where the amp is located though
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I am throwing darts here, but is yours like this?

FYI, this install is not pretty and he have a very southern accent haha, but the info is solid.


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PAC has a ton of options, I just do not know your rig that well...

Check this link: Pac-Audio.com Product Search | iPod Integration for your car and More by Pac-Audio - Connecting you to the future

Something like the AOEM-FRD24 may work but it looks like its a LOC for the high end.

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No mine is nothing like the f150. I just got rid of a 2010 fx2 which I had done the install in it. Basically all I need to know is which wires are for the highs amp. I mean, I need to know the polarity (+ and - speaker wires). I can definitely figure out which ones are for the speakers, but I have no idea how to tell which ones are positive and negative.
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