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Anthony Tahen's 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Items installed:

Installation Description

I didn't install the speakers myself, but I did the head unit, subs, and amplifier. I was lazy with the amplifier. Instead of drilling a hole through the firewall, I found an area on the undercarriage to send the wire through, and threaded it through a hollow area under the passenger side front door. The area required a little bit of drilling to get the wire through, and there was a hole with a cap on it that I removed. After that, I just stuck it under some of the carpeting, under the backseat, and into the back area to the amplifier.

Q&A Section

Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?

Driving on the highway in a Jeep, you hear a LOT of wind noise, resulting in turning up the volume. Problem is, turning up the volume on a stock Jeep stereo distorts the sound a lot.

What's the first thing you show people about your installation?

It used to be the 12 inch subs pounding in the back, but now it's the USB port on the head unit.

Why did you choose these products?

My friend helped me choose the subs, the amp I got used for a good price, and the headunit has a USB port which I fell in love with at first sight.

What was the most difficult part of the installation?

The amp wiring, since I didn't have a good drill bit.

What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?

No plans, but I know when I have the money and I see something I like, it will be hard not to buy more.

I love this car.

I love this car.

USB port on a head unit should have been done a loooong time ago.

USB port on a head unit should have been done a loooong time ago.

3 way pioneer speakers.

3 way Pioneer speakers.

Nice big subwoofers.

Nice big subwoofers.

I attached this to the remote wire to the amp in case I dont want Zeus's thunder inside my car.

I attached this to the remote wire to the amp in case I don't want Zeus's thunder inside my car.

Sadly, my best photo looks ideal for some teen blog website.

Sadly, my best photo looks ideal for some teen blog website.

  • Brian from Mountain Home, AR

    Posted on 3/1/2023

    Nice, understated upgrades on a very clean, seemingly otherwise stock Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Sport! Clean interior, simple head unit, speakers, and subs install. Although I'm personally not a huge fan of such overwhelming, booming bass on my rides (more than a little bass IS nice, though!), I like what you've done with just a little to spruce up this sweet little SUV! I'm just hoping you've got the straight-six, 4.0L engine - they're bulletproof! Mine is a 2001 model like yours, and I've got 220,409 miles exactly on it, and it runs like a champ! Of course, I've got the obligatory valve cover leak that every one of these develops once it passes 100k miles, but it's not a big deal - a new gasket will fix it right up. But the bottom end is as good as the day it came out of the dealership, and the top end is quiet (relatively) for a vehicle with so many miles on it. Wishing you continued good luck and enjoyment with your sweet Jeep ride! Cheers!

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