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Old 05-27-2009, 02:20 PM   #1
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Aite I gt a question. I gt a 2000 bonneville I wana thrw ma sounds frm my other car nto there 2twelves 1600 watt amp. I hear my batt is under ma back seat hw wuld I run everythng is it safe that way? and is it hard changing out the stock radio? the one I have barely works anyway thnk the previous owner screwd it up
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changing your HU should be pretty easy and it dont matter where your battery is ya just hook it up like a normal set up- pos to the battery and ground the amp to the car itself. i thought the battery was in the front like normal but could be wrong. either way it shouldnt be no prob hookin it up if you have done it before.
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yeah the battery is under the back seat. on the passenger side. It makes adding amps alot easier but it makes upgrading your alternator wire a but of a long walk but in the end, it balances itself out. Either way, changing the radio is very simple. The factory radio is a dock and lock. If you have onstar you gotta pay a little bit more for a wiring harness but on the bright side, you only gotta buy it once.
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Ok thanks a lot now how do I lift the rear seat? I was lukn at it tonite tryna see if I culd feel sumthn to release it but I have no clue where to look
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straddle the hump in the center of the back seat. grab the front bottom of the seat on both sides of the hump and pull with authority. It may be hard the first time but after doing it more frequently it will become easier
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Aite thanks I'm gonna let you knw the outcome hopefully ill get that sucker off! I wonder why they decided to put the batt In the trunk anyway
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