This looks great! Was it difficult to figure out the wiring in the adapter? Or was it just painful, or not at all?The last few days I had been working my butt off.
Pre-wire my amp board. Crimp on smaller ferrules.
Yep, working at my kitchen table in the rain.
I purchased a mating connector for the main amp harness. I decided to splice into it by using these Amazon butt splices that contain adhesive and solder. If I had to do this again I would prefer to solder wires and cover with heat shrink. I don't trust these splices 100%.
Here is the vehicle harness mating connector I purchased. This saved me from hacking into the factory harness. But, required more splices.
Bolting in numerous connections with crimped ferrules.
Bundling all of the splices. I wrapped each splice in cloth tape just to be safe. I found a few instances where wires wanted to poke through the plastic heat shrink.
Strapping back un-used connections on the mating harness.
Fully assembled amp board
Did you use the wiring colors or did you just figured out the pin numbering against diagram?
This is something I have not done with my adapter. Just tested it back then, and it went back to its bag waiting for the, what I can assume now, is my lost amplifier.
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