I agree, @abeachsoul is the absolute master, a kind spirit and an angel. I wish he was closer to assist in person, but nevertheless went out of his way to help out many times!!I would like to say A BIG THANK YOU to @abeachsoul who ohelped me out big time with my issue.
He installed my sub, updated the CCF settings and opened up the meridian menus, installed the mids and soldered the mid wires at the amp and in the front doors....all in the pouring rain. The guy is an Angel.
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Hello. Have you got a picture of your amplifier label?Hi, I'm new in the forum. Based on HIyabrad great post, decided to upgrade my base 8 speakers to the Premium 19 Meridian. I have a RRS Supercharged 2017. Bought everything form Ebay, and had it done by the local dealer of Range Rover here in Uruguay (South America), so sorry for my spelling mistakes, my mother's toungue is spanish.
I had everything to be delivered to me form the States! And after they installed everything, the amplifier is not recognized by the sysytem!! The system in tne car changed in 2017, and know it's not possible to reprogram it!! Anyone that can help me with that? I'll really appreciate it.
did you finish this install?Update: So I installed the SubWoofer this Sunday.
It was a mission! The car indeed had the wiring harness and connector ready to go. But the fitting of the Sub in the space was not easy.
Steps to perform the install were:
Remove the seat bolts, disconnect the battery, remove seat, remove door sill plate, fold carpet, remove Styrofoam "stand-in" for the Sub. Then I discovered that the main wiring was sagging where one of the edges of the sub went. so in order to fit the Sub in the space I had to lift that entire wire bundle, then finagle the sub into position and then let the wires rest on top of the edge of the sub. But the bolts that hold the sub in place, which come from the floor of the cabin would not allow for the angle to insert the sub. I ended up twisting one of the bolts by trying to put it in an angle. After a lot of sweat and swearing, I ended up shearing off the one bolt that was not allowing the insert and finally it was done.
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Today I received the wiring harness I purchased on Ebay for the mid connectors. I took those out and set them up for my new wiring to the mids.
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And as promised, I was able to look up the part number for the harness connector for the tweeters/mids:
KinKong connector 90980-11717 2 ways female Center stop lamp connector CKK5026F-2.2-21
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The vehicle harness has the female side, the mid-range speaker and tweeters have the male side.
Hi ,Hi Guy
Welcome to the forum!!
If you have a sub in the boot then I’d think it’s aftermarket. Sub should be under the right hand front seat. I recently helped another member ditch his boot sub for a factory install which was waaaaay better