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Old 05-25-2004, 07:16 PM   #11
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i just say soundproof it, and run all your wires a little neater then they were. there is always room for improvment right?
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Old 05-25-2004, 07:19 PM   #12
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just bought the sound proofer, and 4 gauge is good enough for the system i will ever afford...so im set i think
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Old 05-25-2004, 07:49 PM   #13
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you probably couldve gotten away with a clean slit on the carpeting... good luck with it!!
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this is now what im working with by having the carpet out. when i get the peel and seal in ill start a new post...
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1. What'* with all the black hole filler looking things on the floor?

2. What'* that black box under the drivers' seat?
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1. What'* with all the black hole filler looking things on the floor?
they cover up the stock holes that are on the underside of the car, im assuming it has to do with how the car is made?

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2. What'* that black box under the drivers' seat?
i think you got me on this one. all it is, is a box with a huge set of wires and also two wires coming out of it connected to a sensor or something mounted to the body. im guessing it had to do with the airbags, but the airbag computer is on the passenger side...so idk
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