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This is a discussion on For those with amps under your seats (2011)... within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; …do you have any problems with passengers kicking them or knocking wires loose? I know when I'm in a back ...

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    For those with amps under your seats (2011)...

    …do you have any problems with passengers kicking them or knocking wires loose? I know when I'm in a back seat I like to stretch out as much as I can which usually means putting my feet under the front seats and I'm concerned that if I have amp(s) under them they will get knocked around or get wires pulled loose.

    Also, what about the heat vents/ducts under the seats blowing hot air over the amp(s), anyone have any trouble?

    What is the height of your amp?

    Thank you for any advice.

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    I have the alpine amp under the passenger seat no problems. I do not have many passenger in the back seat. Had the same setup in my 04 wrx with no problems at all for 7 years
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    What about the heat vents? I only ask because the local shop that I use cautioned about heat from those and possibly blocking them off if I do install my amp under the passenger seat.
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