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Old 11-24-2010, 10:49 PM   #1
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Default How should i position my subs and how should i wire them in a 2000 bonneville?

I have 2 12" kickers in a sealed box and im wondering which way they should point and where in the trunk they should be. I would also like to know how to wire them since the battery is in the trunk, should i run a wire from the battery to the alternator and from the amp to the battery? Thanks in advance
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i would suggest facing them looking out and you can just run a wire from the batt to the amp no need to run to the alt and the stock battery is under the passender side rear seat not the trunk
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If u use your trunk for grocieries or whatnot I say slide em all the way in against your seat so u have some trunk space. ur subs should face backwards toward ur tailights. connect ur ground wire to a solid metal surface (be sure to remove any paint from metal surface to ensure good contact) just run a compatible power wire from the battery in the trunk to the 12v input on your amp. Its recommended to unstall an inline fuse within 18" of the battery. what kind of amp?
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Kenwood kac-9105d. Its a power hog
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its just a lil guy. lol. I got a similar amp lying around. KAC-X1R
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Why dont you take ur coat off and stay a while? Post an intro of yourself in the new members section. and have a seat in the lounge
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