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      09-26-2012, 12:18 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Technic View Post
A HiFi harness and a XD600/6 will solve that for you, PnP and better sound than OEM. That would be about $450 shipped.

There are 2 late OEM HiFi amps (small silver box) on eBay, one at $300 and the other at $400.

No matter what you do, you must fix that water leak before replacing the OEM amp.
Thanks for the quick reply Technic. PnP, no re-programming required? I would say that I'm honestly looking for the simplest solution for the amp replacement, and the XD600/6 seems to make the most sense. Is this a package that you sell personally, or just the harness?

Sidenote, do you know of any suspect areas that people most experience leaking? I was thinking the same thing as far as handling that issue first, and unfortunately I am having trouble remembering if I spilt water on that side or not recently. If not, I'm going to have to locate where the leak is coming from.
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