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Removing rear seats for stereo

dingdong555

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Hey guys.

Are there any guides on removing the rear seats to route the cables into the boot? Or even better, does anyone have any pictures?

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pull the tabs on the bottom part of the seat and pull seat upwards. that removes the bottom bit. for the backs, there are 2 bolts holding them in at the bottom (1 bolt per back, 13mm), undo them and lift the seats upward towards the roof, and they will slide out. takes 1 min to do the lot
 

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are you talking about a vz or ve? noticed ur ride is a ve, not sure if the steps are the same or not though
 

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Talking about the VZ here :) So for the bottom part, do you pull that T bar plastic thing, and pull up?
 

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That is correct.
 

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Now I'm a little confused, just a quick one, people are saying to not run the speaker wires or basically anything on the same side as the power cable/s, so if I run the amp power cables on the drivers side, where do the speaker cables on the drivers side go? They have to get to the amp but to get to the amp they need to go down the same route as the amp power?
 

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The actual speaker cables from the amp to the speakers is fine to run next to the power cable. RCAs cannot be run next to power cable.

So run the RCAs down the down the passenger side, power down the drivers', and the speaker cable on whatever side the speaker is on.
 
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