I can't say for sure if it's the front, rears or both but I do know when my sub was tied into the rear speakers I could hear the fake noise. Last week I changed the sub inputs to the front speakers & I haven't heard any fake noise from the sub since.
The rear speaker wires enter the B pillar...
I don't have the B&O setup & I tied into the rear wires behind the B pillars but after I had already cut the wires I realized they enter from the rear & not the front (I'm guessing it has something to do with the enhanced engine sound).
You could probably tie into the rear speakers by just...
I know the "as-built" settings I posted are what I used but maybe I had to change something in the menu section & I just don't remember. When I get a chance I'll connect to mine & see what they are set at.
The wire for dedicated drl was pinned on my truck's harness (pin 6). Moving the drl to the strip worked for me using these forscan settings:
Find 726-45-01: xxxx XXxx xxxx
Allows All DRL Options
Change To: 7F
Find 726-50-01: XXXX
Change to below:
Dedicated DRL - 108E - lariat...
If you use the eibach front springs you will get 3" of lift even with them set at the lowest position. The 0" to 3" settings are only when using the OEM springs.
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It can be tough to get a nice finish with gloss rattle cans. If you have an automotive paint store in your area I suggest getting some SEM bumper or trim paint (or whatever they suggest).....that stuff usually spays very nice. I would do a base coat then use a clear with the hardener.