On mine there were 3 or 4 plugs on the back of the head unit, the one closest to the driver's side was the one that hooked to the LOC. I'm not sure it'll have the same connector though since you have the TAU. But hopefully it does.Thanks so much for your update, Spiffy! I am glad you got your subwoofer hooked up without any issues.
This gives me hope for when I finally get the time to play with the sound system again, I might be able to get rid of the noise by grabbing the signal directly from the head unit and not letting the TAU touch the signal. I haven't seen where the input to the TAU is yet but I would assume on the back side of it and that will be simple to tap into.
jgreer and I only have noise coming out of our aftermarket speakers that are amped. It also only comes out of our tweeters so it is a very high frequency. My sub is quiet as can be for noise which is pretty normal since it doesn't have a very wide range of frequencies going to it and noise is 'generally' higher frequencies.I have no noise in my install but I only have a powered subwoofer using speaker input. Overall I'm happy how my system turned out.
Is your power wire too thick going into the amp? Looks like it's twisted off to the side of the amp connector? If it is.. That's not safe.. But I can't really tell what that extra wire is?finally got some decent quality pictures of the install. the first pic is from the other night and shows the LOC hooked up, the one of the amp is looking in from the back seat.