In my 2012 SI, I have the factory navigation system, which is hooked into my JL HD900/5 amp, and 2 12” subs. It has the cleansweep interface behind the steering column to integrate into the factory system. The cleansweep has been causing me loads of issues because of its location and the guy who wired the car. All of the wires sit out behind there and get pinched and pushed my the steering wheel, especially when adjusting it back and fourth. This is making speakers intermittently cut out, as well as my subs quit working. Because it was a mess down there I just unplugged the cleansweep, and currently have no audio at all. Instead of having this whole thing rewired I am wondering if anyone has any experience removing these things to put in an aftermarket stereo? All of the wires are spliced from the factory stereo and amp and then go into the cleansweep, which goes back to the amp. What i would like to do is just get an aftermarket system, which should theoretically remove the need for the Cleansweeep if I’m correct? Should I run into any complications just re splicing the wires for the new stereo wiring harness?