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If you want to attempt the bypass, I did a How-To article on it based on the information from people on this board. Go to:
and visit the How-To section. You may want to consider pursuing a replacement amp (if you have the 104 unit) from your dealer as a warranty job. I have a 104 amp and am satisfied the way it sounds. If I change out the amp, it will be to install an aftermarket one.
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