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Smile Need install help. Suzuki grand vitara 2008

Hi all and thanks in advance for your help. I picked up the bta6100 amplified sub to replace the ****ty stock sub under my seat in my suzuki gv. The stock sub blew which is apparently common in 100% of the suzukis once used. It has a molex connector I'd like to tap into and not disrupt any current wiring as ill be getting rid of the car after the summer and don't want to effect it's "stock-ness"

Here is the wiring of the molex for the torisan (Sanyo) sub:

White/blue = switched 12V
Black = Ground
Blue = Left rear +
Green/black = Left rear -
Blue/black = right rear +
Grey/red = right rear -

Now, I'd like to wire directly into this but the 12v is purely switched. Would I connect the red to this and leave the orange remote lead unused, could I wire both to it, or do I absolutely have to tap into the battery head or a 12v cigarette adapter on the red and connect the orange to the provided 12v in the molex connector? I'm making my own female end to this molex and sealing in the stock bazooka wires so its all nice a professional and want to make sure I have it wired right.

Thanks again
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