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Old 04-22-2009, 11:20 PM
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amp ground consensus

ok got my box built wires ran ready for sound. most past stereos i set up i ran amp ground to bolt that bolted the seat belt to the body of the car. Well on my TB that doesn't seem to be a good place for it. Yes i did search looked through the first 5 pages didn't see anything all i need is ground and and i can bang away. Please help.
Whats the best ground? oh yea i have an EXT just in case it matters. I also don't really want to put a new bolt through the body would like to use existing and just strip paint if need be.
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one of the bolts that holds down the rear seats. or make one behing one of the beauty pannels.
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yep i continued searching and found a bunch. Thanks for the quick response i have some beautification to do as well as run my door speakers to the amp. then game on and i will bring some pics.
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