Trying ot sort out what's what on the existing amp in my rig. So here goes: 1. There's a reference on the back of my amp to wire the power from amp to REM. I assume that's the radio, but what does REM mean? 2. The previous owner had the amp attached to the tranny tunnel in front of the shifter (which has been moved back 4-5" to fit to the th400 aftermarket install). Is this an OK place to put it? The heater blows almost right on it. Would this be a bad thing? 3. Right now it looks like the amp was connected to the fuse panel at the "PNL lights" available spot. There's a red wire that goes from that PNL lights plug to the amp (tho not hooked up) and another red wire out from the same plug to another plug that has what appears to be a buzzer attached to it. Running to this plug/buzzer arrangement is a brown wire from another fuse plug thing on the fuse panel at the ACC prong. Then from this connector/buzzer plug combo is a black wire to ground. (Patience please...I'm getting to the question now) The rig used to have an alarm system, no longer working. Do you think that the plug/buzzer combo into the ACC fuse panel prong is for the alarm, and the reason that the plug to the radio (at the PNL Lights prong) is there is because the ACC is taken? And the brown wire from the radio fuse plug to the ACC plug is there to sound an alarm if the wire to the stereo was cut or the stereo removed? The question: Couldn't I just pull the plugs to the fuse box for both of those things (at the PNL lights and ACC) and attach the amp power wire to the fused red wire coming in from the engine compartment? Or is there some standard way to wire an amp to the fuse panel? How big a fuse do I need if I run the power to the amp straight from the battery? Sorry for the long and complicated post, but wiring for me IS long and still complicated at times. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.