Mach 460 find

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  1. Pale Horse

    Pale Horse New Member

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    I found a mach 460 rear speaker box with all the speakers and complete harness out of 95. I have a 94 gt without the 460 . My question is will I be able to directly plug it in to my harness? Thanks.
     
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    I don't know if it will have all the wiring bc of all the added amps and all.
     
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    Might work with some extra wiring but wait for the guru ttocs he'll know for sure

    edit: also I think those speakers would be underpowered with no amp
     
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    The interior harnesses are identical. But you'll need the front amp too. I have all of the parts you need in my basement.
     
  5. Pale Horse

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    When I looked behind the front kick panel I couldn't find the harness it plugs into. I didn't really want to dig out the wiring either with that being said, because I don't know much about it. Maybe I am wrong but this harness appears different. The rear box does have amps with it, where is the front amp located anyway? Thanks.
     
  6. jwhisl

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    The front amp would be located in the middle of the dash, directly under the stereo. There is an extra harness that runs from the front amp, down the drivers side under the door sill plate to the rear amps. There might be another harness for the rear amps that plugs into that. (at least it seemed like there was in my convertible)
    So this one goes up front to the stereo: http://www.ebay.com/itm/94-95-96-97...t=Car_Audio_Video&hash=item1e8829f4bb&vxp=mtr

    This one goes to the rear amps: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mach-460-Am...pt=Car_Amplifiers&hash=item19eb8a1a82&vxp=mtr

    and this one runs under the kick panel: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mach-460-Wi...t=Car_Audio_Video&hash=item417013359a&vxp=mtr

    this is what the front amp looks like: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Front-Amp-R...t=Car_Audio_Video&hash=item338a58246d&vxp=mtr

    But really it wouldn't be that hard to install everything. The wiring is already bent in the right locations so it just lays in place. Everything runs down the drivers side of the car.
     
  7. ttocs

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    sorry late too the party, as he shows there are more then a few hrns's that are needed from the dash/body that can be a pain to get. I think my parts car still has them and I could pull them out if you want. If I were you, keep the rear enclosure for the rear speakers, get some better aftermarket speakes to put in it and run it off of the deck power.
     
  8. Pale Horse

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    The aftermarket route maybe the way to go thanks everyone for the replies.
     
  9. ttocs

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    The mach was a great system for its time but I would not go through the trouble of putting one in now unless you are dead set on the stock look. The amps are starting to turn up bad in the past few years and starting to kill more batteries and the speakers are all paper cones that if they have not started to rot yet, they will shortly