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    where do i....

    im running amp wire to the back and i went under the carpet the whole way until i get to the back seats... how do i get around them in the back.. does it come down as one big whole? or do i need to unbolt the seats? or am i being a complete noob... ive installed plenty of times i just want to know the easy way

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    BUMP!.... anyone know where a howto or anything to get them past the backseats the easiest way?... can the whole seat come down?

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    maybe some more info on the vehicle would help.

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    04 wrx...i have all wires sittin in the floor behind the back seats because im stuck

    can the backseat not lay down??

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    Still a bit confused. The wires are laying in the floor behind the back seat? No the sedan seats do not fold flat. On my wagon there is 2 bolts to take the bottom seat out and then presumably there will be bolts to get the top out as well. That should give you a good start. More info you give the more help we can give. Where are the wires and where do they need to go?

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    they need to make it into the trunk with complete stealth.. to go to my amp. and i was stumped on getting around the seats...

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