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    trying to fit power amp in boot- 1.where is there a permanent live in the boot 2.where can i pick up from a speaker to feed the amp

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    anyone id like to hear about this myself

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    1.You have to take the live from the battery and run cabling through under the sills in side easy to take off using torque screw driver and the earth can get secured from the boot remembering to scape paint so you get a good connection.
    2.A ny good car audio do them or there's helfrauds.

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    cheers thanks for pm

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    There's a 40 amp feed in the rear main fuse box, the slot below the big orange blade fuse in the rear most fuse box.

    That works out at about nearly 500 Watts, if that not big enough, then you will need a dedicated cable from the battery, fitting a fuse would be a good idea close to the battery connection.

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    i'll need dedicated the amp is 600 watt

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    Here's a couple of mine as promised
    Attachment 19552
    live feed from bty
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    where the cable is feed into car
    Attachment 19554
    back of the stereo
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    the amp fitted
    Attachment 19556
    and the rear fuse box
    hope this helps you's out

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    heres the sub
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    sub amp and 6x9s
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    and the stereo fitted
    Attachment 19559
    now attached second amp and is on back of the sub.

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    very nice mate hopefully i'll have pics of mine next week sometime

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