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I've done this. It is not a horrible job to run the speaker wires back to under the rear seat and splice them into the existing rear speaker wires and pull out the amp. Did this on a friends car.
For my 93 C900TC I wanted an Aux in 3.5 mm the old clarion/eq was still working but not the rear CD changer.
It was pretty easy to bypass the EQ/CD and put a switching 3.5 mm jack a drilled hole in the plastic. Not as sexy as a bluetooth but does let me plug spotify/tunein into the existing setup. The DIN connector wiring I think I got from a site search here or googling.
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