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Old 05-07-2008, 12:41 AM   #11
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Ok, I see what you're getting at. I should probably do that too, now that I think about it. Thanks for the idea!
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Ok, I see what you're getting at. I should probably do that too, now that I think about it. Thanks for the idea!
haha no problem. On my cavalier it was easy as hell, this is proving to be a bit more difficult
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my own stereo insallers did a [email protected]$$ job of running my wires for my amp, they clearly didn't bother to remove the back seat. i went back and removed it and pretty much re-did everything they did, -only better.

Definitely remove the back seat, run your wires correctly. My 1997 bonneville had a backing panel made of pressboard behind the seat back. I got a plastic one off a 1994 in a junkyard that is vastly more sturdy and replaced my fiberboard one with the plastic one. Yay, upgrade that nobody will ever notice except me!
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my own stereo insallers did a [email protected]$$ job of running my wires for my amp, they clearly didn't bother to remove the back seat. i went back and removed it and pretty much re-did everything they did, -only better.

Definitely remove the back seat, run your wires correctly. My 1997 bonneville had a backing panel made of pressboard behind the seat back. I got a plastic one off a 1994 in a junkyard that is vastly more sturdy and replaced my fiberboard one with the plastic one. Yay, upgrade that nobody will ever notice except me!
That blows man, Id go back and bitch em out, demand some money back.
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