My amp pops the two rear deck speakers loudly when I start my car, therefore I assume it is dead. In the meantime, I've unplugged it because it's pretty annoying. Since I have no lows, my car audio system sounds like a shower radio. I'm going to put some new speakers and possibly a new amp back there and I was wondering if it's possible (or if anyone has already done this) to use the existing wiring harness in the trunk to power an aftermarket amp. I'm not at all opposed to cutting the harness off and splicing it. I would like to avoid the hassle of running RCA/remote cables back there if the stock wiring already has all this. Ideally, I wouldn't even have an amp for the speakers I'm getting. I think the stereo can probably power them itself. Does the harness have L/R speaker signal to do this, or is it strictly amp signals? If the stock speakers are supposedly subwoofers, is replacing them with 3-way speakers a bad idea? While I love this car, it is old and I would like to avoid spending a ton of money on it. Thanks. My head unit: http://amzn.com/B00B7IR4XU Planning to buy: http://amzn.com/B004K5AZAQ more info: '02 originally with Alpine 6disc. Stock all around except head unit. Amp popped the speakers even before I replaced the head unit, so it's not likely related.