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i am wondering if there is a way to eliminate the factory bose in my tahoe without having to run wires to every door for the speakers and all that i know the bose amp puts out strange ohm readings so it kinda works well within its own stuff.

any help would be awesome thinks in advance
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Good luck, i gave up on my 05 Sierra, bose shit it tricky.
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The only thing I know of is to run wires to all the locations and run off of aftermarket amps and have the adaptor for the dash
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Running new wires is your best bet.
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Find the amp, all the input and outputs are there. Cut the connector if you never plan on putting it back and solder the correct wires together. I just did this for a 06 seirra with a Bose system.

The amp was in the center console.

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I plan on using it again I am trying to do everything so I can put it all back to stock if need be
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Piggybacking off what brandes.cm posted, you will have to find the factory amp and bypass the amp's speaker level inputs/outputs. Give yourself enough room when you clip the wires to be able to reconnect later on. I just did one in my cousin's '01 tahoe and his was located in the passenger floor board close to the underside of the dash. This will allow the power to jump from your source to the speakers without being blocked by the factory amp. I did it in my Acura Legend years ago without any problems, too. Should you decide to convert back to the factory amp later on, just reconnect to the factory plugs on either side of the bose amp that were left over, plug in the factory deck, and you're on your way. Hope this helps.
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running wires is faster and less hassle then having to take out your console.

I can have the entire interior stripped in about 15 mins. then its just getting the wires through the boot, just used a long needle nose and pushed it through,
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Yes you can the speaker wires run under the center console, so you can cut the wires there and then run your amp wires to those, not hard at all just need to find a wiring schematic
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