First, look at what you are trying to do and what you're using to do it.
From what I've seen Bazookas are low cost all-in-one subwoofers and that means that they work OK in certain situations and not so well in others.
First read the manual to see what it has but I imagine it has a circuit designed to shift a speaker level signal to line level, then an opamp "preamplifier" used to buffer the signal and adjust gain, then finally an amplifier and speaker. There may be an RCA jack to feed a line level signal directly to the pre-amp but maybe not.
Again read the manual to be sure.
Next figure out what the problem is. It could be crummy electronics in the level shifting circuit or an incorrect installation.
If the electronics are not suitable for your application, you need to reverse engineer it and fix it. That's out of my depth but that's what some geeks are really good at. The alternative is to find something with electronics that will work, if your sub has an RCA jack, you could buy a box that does the level shifting but then you need to understand the problem and buy something that will work.
If its an installation issue, just install it correctly.
Lastly, I think Kicker made or was going to make a drop in Fiesta sub. I suggest finding a copy of their instruction manual to see how theirs works and is installed. Some times generic instructions miss the details on some OEM car stereos.