O assume you are wanting to add a sub as bose systems are already amplified. The short answer is ues, however most bose systems require special interface harnesses and may require complex wiring. This is best left to a qualified mobile electronics shop.
you need to pull the radio out and verify that you have 12 volts all the time at the Pink/Blue wire in the radio connector plug, this is the keep alive memory, without this constant 12 volts the radio will reset every time the key is turned off. I assume you have checked the fuses. If the wire is ok and has 12 volts present then the radio is defective and will need to be sent out for repair..
sounds funny but disconnecr the battery and then hook it back up-I did this and power was restored to my radio-I have no idea why this worked.
Hi, this is a common issue within car CD changers. the load motor go through lots of trauma during the life span that i usually 3 to 5 years. the load motor operates everything in the changer. it works the load tray and spinning of the disc as well. when this motor is out, the changer will be rendered useless. replacing the load motor will fix this issue or, you can just purchase a new changer and save a lot of money.
Hook up the Amp Turn on Wire usually blue/white strip
It's in the intake hose near the air-cleaner assy.,or in the throttle positioner housing.