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Install in progress...need help. Where is the factory amp located in the 350Z Coupe? Any tips for getting there will be appreciated.
 

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All signs are pointing to this being the case. I was hoping we could avoid tearing into that thing. The new amp is going in the spare tire well.
 

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All signs are pointing to this being the case. I was hoping we could avoid tearing into that thing. The new amp is going in the spare tire well.
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I really think that you should reconsider that mounting position Kenny - if for whatever reason you want to make any setting changes you will have to tear all that crap out again to make an adjustment - then put it all back together :headshake:

If you want it hidden - there is room under the "glove box" behind the passenger seat. There is also a removable "tray" so if you need to get access you can quickly & without tearing anything out to get to it. Food for thought - just trying to help :werd:
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Bill...there is nothing in my spare tire well, and it's easier to get to than the "glove box", plus more air in there to cool the amp. Thanks though...
 

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Installer was trying to track down an RCA from the OEM Hu to the OEM amp...he's logged in making use of the DIY section and any other help the members here can provide.
 

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Thanks Josh...I am asking Nathan to come on and look at this file. He is trying to see if there is an amp for the front/rear speakers now. brb
 

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All signs are pointing to this being the case. I was hoping we could avoid tearing into that thing. The new amp is going in the spare tire well.
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I really think that you should reconsider that mounting position Kenny - if for whatever reason you want to make any setting changes you will have to tear all that crap out again to make an adjustment - then put it all back together :headshake:

If you want it hidden - there is room under the "glove box" behind the passenger seat. There is also a removable "tray" so if you need to get access you can quickly & without tearing anything out to get to it. Food for thought - just trying to help :werd:
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Bill...there is nothing in my spare tire well, and it's easier to get to than the "glove box", plus more air in there to cool the amp. Thanks though...
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Like I said do what you want to, but I'll tell you this much - 90% of the guys with aftermarket amps & such are doing the same thing that I did :werd: I can't be that far off the charts :OMG:
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I know that is a standard location for aftermarket amps, but it makes it more difficult to get to the fuel pump, which is located under the glove box false floor. Since the Walbro pump is not the most reliable device, I'd rather have easy access to it.
 

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We are removing everything Bose, except the rear speakers which will be disconnected but left in place. He is taking pics of the entire install. Will post up those of interest that are not already in the DIY forum.

Why auto manufactures continue to put this shoddy, fifth rate Bose trash in higher end cars is a tribute to Bose marketing. This stuff is worse than useless.
 
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