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How are you sending the signal to the subwoofer? If you are just sending it a full range head unit powered signal, then leave that in. If you have an amp and crossover, then I would take it out, or maybe just rewire an bypass it.
 

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So those are crossovers. Signal is via rca from head unit to amp to sub. I figured it out last week, thank you for replying though. I've got a magnetic terminal to swap subs, ended up with a 8 in the stock box and a 12 on my back seat :)
 

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those look like a inductor , its a passive crossover so only bass is sent to the subwoofer .
A inductor goes inline with the speaker wire , those work but they are not as smooth (bass only can be heard) a electric crossover is not only adjustable but it has a volume with it .
I use a 12" alpine sub and externall amp
 
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