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This is a discussion on Running amp wires to my trunk within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; starting to run RCAs, speaker and power wire for my amp in the trunk. does anyone know how to get ...

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    Running amp wires to my trunk

    starting to run RCAs, speaker and power wire for my amp in the trunk. does anyone know how to get it pass the back seat without messing up my car?
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    Take out the back seat cushion(the one you sit on). Unbolt the 4 bolts that hold the back seat back, lift it up a bit, and feed the wires underneath where the arm rest comes out of the back seat. Bot everything back up nice and snug when you are done. Then you are GOLDEN.

    I did the same thing with my MTX amp and Bazooka subwoofer in my car.

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    Originally posted by KurleeDaddeeWRX
    Take out the back seat cushion(the one you sit on). Unbolt the 4 bolts that hold the back seat back, lift it up a bit, and feed the wires underneath where the arm rest comes out of the back seat. Bot everything back up nice and snug when you are done. Then you are GOLDEN.

    I did the same thing with my MTX amp and Bazooka subwoofer in my car.
    ditto
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    Originally posted by jimmy04wrx
    ditto
    huh?

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    haha that means thanks for the help and ill try that out.
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    Does anyone have instructions or pictures, how to run the amp power wire from the battery through the motor shield?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxin View Post
    Does anyone have instructions or pictures, how to run the amp power wire from the battery through the motor shield?
    there should be a rubber gromet on the driver side by the clutch. you can run it through there
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    It's really easy, run it through the grommet, down the driver side door sill, under the rear seat and into the trunk. I put the stereo in mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxin View Post
    Does anyone have instructions or pictures, how to run the amp power wire from the battery through the motor shield?
    YouTube - Episode 1: Subaru WRX: Running an amp power wire, part 1

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