The amp is right next to the subwoofer. They are both located behind the rear driver side panel.
Yes you can
Mini fuse ( # 17 ) is a 15 amp fuse for the foglights in a 2003 Lincoln Navigator
A passive subwoofer doesn't have a built-in amp and will require the use of an amp.
Turn the vehicle on then look into the exhaust for 5 minutes
On a 2003 Lincoln Navigator : ( mini fuse # 41 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II diagnostic connector )
According to the 2006 Lincoln Navigator owners manual : ( fuse # 41 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II diagnostic connector )
According to the 2001 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide : In the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side ( fuse # 23 is a 15 amp fuse for the HEGO sensors , canister vent , transmission , and CMS sensor ) * HEGO stands for Heated Exhaust Gas Oxygen sensor *
Mini fuse # 41 is a 20 amp fuse for the OBD II diagnostic connector and the cigarette lighter according to the 2004 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide
I was looking at the 2004 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide and it shows : ( maxi fuse 118 / 30 amp / driver and passenger climate control seat module )
On a 2006 Lincoln Navigator : # 106 is a 30 amp maxi fuse for the ( trailer tow battery charge relay , trailer tow 7 - wire connector , battery charge )
# 41 is a yellow color 20 amp mini fuse for the cigarette lighter , OBD II diagnostic connector according to the 2003 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide
An active subwoofer has a built-in amp which doesn't require the use of an amplifier.
You can get an 18" Pyle subwoofer but you will also need a large amp for it.
You must first check with the guide to your subwoofer. Either you can probably find it online , but you need to know the RMS wattage for the subwoofer. Than buy an amp that can put out the same number of watts and the RMS is for the subwoofer.
there is no subwoofer in the 93' mark 8 only 4 5x7 speakers and 2 mids. and an factory amp located under the right rear tail light
Where is the fuse for the amp
MAIN AMPLIFIER LOCATION: I found the main amplifier (not the small subwoofer amp) of my 2001 RR HSE located between the subwoofer and the outer body panel of the car. (If you had X-ray vision you would look through the subwoofer and see it behind) 1 - Remove the subwoofer 2 - Remove the CD changer 3 - Remove the metal brackets that hold the subwoofer / changer 4 - Remove the interior panel that goes from the rear seat to the tail light (was blocked by the subwoofer) 5 - Remove the sound insulation fabric 6 - The amp is located directly between where the subwoofer was, and the exterior of the car. Thanks to the person who finally posted the correct location. The main amplifier (not the small subwoofer amp) on a 2001 RR HSE is NOT located below the glove box, it is NOT located below either seat, it is NOT located in a door panel.
Yes a subwoofer can be plugged into a stereo without an amp but it wont sound good and wont hit anywhere near as hard as if you had it runnin through an amp... get an amp
It depends on the power rating of the subwoofer.
in fact , some subwoofer with amp. you don't need buy amp. give you one good guide http://www.12vcity.com
On a 2003 Lincoln Navigator : Fuse # 41 is a 20 amp mini fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II diagnostic connector You can view the 2003 Lincoln Navigator owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( Page 261 has a diagram of the fuse panel )
On a 2003 Lincoln Navigator : ( mini fuse # 41 is a yellow color 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and OBD II diagnostic connector )
According to the 2001 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide : In the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side ( mini fuse # 10 is a 20 amp fuse for the fuel pump , relay # 301 is the fuel pump relay ) Also , the fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is located in the front passenger footwell , by the kick panel
On a 2001 Lincoln LS : In the fuse panel in the front passenger footwell : ( # 32 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigar lighter )