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StealthR84
post Oct 31 2011, 07:53 PM
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Hey there everyone,

I am wondering if I could pick your brains aout my MY10 Elantra Touring wiring harness. I am currently trying to locate a safe out of sight connection point for tapping into the speaker wire. I know there is wiring harness connection at the lower b-pillars on the floor...... is there anywhere else I could tap into for a sound splice for my subs aqnd what color am I looking for to tap into?

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post Oct 31 2011, 07:55 PM
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Are you trying to add subs to your stock head unit?


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post Nov 1 2011, 09:42 PM
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YEs. I am trying to tap into the factory harness so i can use a sound tap/splitter for the subwoofers. I have full power for the system, just no sound. If you want to send me a msg, you can at: redknight84@rogers.blackberry.net . I will respond right away.

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Are you referring to using a line out converter like one of these?

Line Out Converter


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yes. mine has only 2 wires out the back. a red and black. need to know what wires to tap into on the harness. if you want to shoot me an email, email addy is above. i will respond.


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Actually I think it would be better to post here. That way others who have similar questions can learn from the write-ups.

With regards to the line out converter, I am only familiar with using the unit that I provided in the link.

I saw you wanted to connect down by the B pillar? Is there any reason for that? I personally would use up near the plug of the stock headunit. Just remove your headunit and study the plug. hmaservice will provide you with necessary diagrams/wiring for it.

Another question is how is your amp turning on? Do you have the remote wire connected to something?


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i have tapped into the fuse for my non-existant heated seats for my remote turn on. the cnnection on the lower b-pillar was advised by my buddy who works at a hyundai dlr. Is there any other connection in the rear hach area for the elantra touring models?? Yes, I agree about the learning side. I am new to Hyundai units, so anything here is definitely a learning experience for me.

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hey. how does the head unit come out of the dash?? i have the 2 security keys and a small pik that came with the car. I am stuck at this point. Everything else has been run for the stereo. If you could respond here and shoot a quick email to me, that would be awesome. this way people will still learn and I can do the car at the same time.


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According to HMAService.com & our WIKI here.....

Removal 1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal. 2. Remove the crash pad center facia panel (A). (Refer to the Body group - Crash pad).
Attached File  1.gif ( 7.88K ) Number of downloads: 6


3. Remove the mounting bolts then remove the audio unit(A).
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4. Remove the audio unit after disconnecting the audio connectors and cable(A).
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Installation
1. Connect the audio unit connectors and cable.
2. Install the audio unit.
3. Install the crash pad center facia panel.
4. Check the audio system.


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thank u for that. unfortunately i have the l model, so i dont have the fancy stereo. wondering what color of wire i need to look for on the lower b-pillar to tap into? i pulled my stereo out and it has minimal room to do anything.


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I would tap into the wiring behind the head unit. I would use the front speakers for the tap not the rear.

The connector and pins are such -

So you would need
Connector B
Front Left + = Pin 3
Front Left - = Pin 7
Front Right + = Pin 2
Front Right -Pin 6



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post Nov 2 2011, 11:23 PM
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ok. i am unable to get the dash center console out. dont have the tools to do it. for the front speakers, where would i connect to under the dash by the passenger side floor? I have the wiring run all the way to that foot well.


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