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    Installing amp and subs

    I will be installing my amp and subs and am wondering where I can feed the power cable from the battery to the amp. On my last vehicle I used the firewall, is there one I could feed it through in the '04 wrx? Pics would help. Also, suggestion would be good for the ground cable as well.

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    I fed mine through the firewall. There is a grommet right above the pedals. As for the ground I went to the seat bolts.
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    +1 and +1. I think I used something like that for the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikefreax View Post
    I fed mine through the firewall. There is a grommet right above the pedals. As for the ground I went to the seat bolts.
    Any chance of getting a picture?

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    Just lift up the carpet and you'll find one.
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    don't even have to lift the carpet. My firewall hole had a little black piece over it (don't know the material, maybe a vinyl type covering with foam behind it). I just popped that out of the way then put a hole in the rubber grommet.

    I don't have a pic, but crawl up under your clutch pedal, and you should see it looking you in the face.

    As far as ground, I used a bolt that was in the trunk. Just make sure you strap down that sub box.
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    ^ haha word up on the box bein strapped in

    thanks for the help fellas

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