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    Trouble finding a good ground.

    I have a 2005 Wrx Sedan and im having trouble finding a good ground for my amp. anyone have any tips please let me know. thanks.. so far i have tried... spare tire. Seat belt mount and the trunk latch. the seatbelt worked for about 2 days until i actually turned up the system loud and i guess it wasnt good enough cause it just turned off the amp

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtyd80
    I have a 2005 Wrx Sedan and im having trouble finding a good ground for my amp. anyone have any tips please let me know. thanks.. so far i have tried... spare tire. Seat belt mount and the trunk latch. the seatbelt worked for about 2 days until i actually turned up the system loud and i guess it wasnt good enough cause it just turned off the amp
    I used the bolt to the driver seat. Worked for me...

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    some people like it under the driver or passenger seat. or even to attached to the rear seat at its back in the trunk

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    What i did worked amazing! if your putting your amp in your trunk, what i did is i took otu the bottem rear seat. I unscrewed the seat belt bolt, and i took some very thick sand paper and sanded all around it, then i made sure that i had just torqued it back on, i had two infinite kappa perfect Vq12's hitting extremely hard, and it was a 1200 watt amp, so i never had a problem, you have to sand that area down though, bare metal will make it alot better... I guess my 4 gauge ground didnt hurt either... im me on aim if you need any more help..

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