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How to Install a Car Amp (with Pictures)1. Mount your amplifier on a solid surface that will not conduct electricity. In other words, do not mount it on a metal surface. Make sure you know how to reactivate your radio before doing this, if your radio has a security system. You can put it through an empty rubber grommet in a factory hole. Start with a pilot hole and then work your way up to a size that will fit your wire. Paint the hole's edges to protect against rust.
Put a rubber grommet in the hole to keep the wire from chaffing. Run the power wire to the battery. Start from the interior of the car, and make sure the wire won't get pinched or caught on anything. Run the wire under the carpet by removing the rocker panel and kick panel covers. It is best to install it as close as possible to the connection. Snake them through the car in the same way you did the power wire, but do it on the opposite side of the vehicle.
This will prevent noise in the system. Situate these wires away from the power wires. Use a short negative power wire that is the same diameter as the positive wire that leads to the battery.
Choose something strong and clean sounding. If you don't hear distortion even at the loudest setting, the head unit is in good shape.