I have the 7" screen in my 16' LT and am in the process of revamping the entire speaker setup and adding a subwoofer using a line output converter. The way I tapped in was by pulling the headunit, which is indeed attached to the back of the display and tagged in to the speaker wires that come out of the brown plug. Now again, mine is the base 7" mylink like yours, so it should be the same for you. I actually disconnected my rear door speakers by cutting the wires and installing some quick disconnect speaker terminals and ran speaker wire back to the rear deck as I have ordered some 6x9s and pair of Metra 82-3004 GM speaker brackets that even though specify are for the trucks will still indeed work in the factory opening in the rear deck of our 2nd gen Cruzes.Got a look at the alldata manual, and it looks like the head unit is separate from the display, maybe? The diagram makes it look like the head unit is behind the glovebox on the passenger's side. Can anyone confirm whether this is where the speaker wires originate?
The door panels are pre-assembled so that you cannot take it apart. It comes off as whole piece.Hi All,
I am looking to add a powered subwoofer to my 2018 Cruze LT. Is it possible to tap the rear door speaker wires for my LOC? Are the wires accessible by removing the bottom trim piece?