Ive got a clio, and ive fitted subs in other cars, i havent done it on an st before i have to say. normaly there is a small removable 'gromit' (plug) somewhere on the pasengers side right up below the glove box. there should be somewhere where you can thread up the wire to reach the batery. if you cant se anything from the inside try looking from the engine side. if there isnt anywere at all as long as its safe to do so you may have to dril a small hole just big enough for the power cable to go through. its best to run it the oposite side from the remote lead, this will cause less interference from the subs.
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If I understand you right, you're talking about the lead connectors on the woofer itself. Assuming that's true: some woofers have multiple connector blocks (where you stick the wire) to allow for multiple speakers to be wired to a single channel of the amp. This allows for a "chain" of speakers, one hooked up to the next, to be wired at a certain resistance. Don't do that if you don't know what that means.
It doesn't matter witch of the connector blocks you use, the are wired parallel (+ to + and - to -), use the same ones on each woofer though to avoid confusion.
basically as long as your amp has enough power to run the woofers the system will work but factors such as box type, vehicle, woofer direction, amp tuning, etc. will have more effect on the system as a whole. so here is some basics...
> what kind of vehicle?
> what kind of box (sealed, vented, bandpass, etc.)?
> what kind of music do you listen to (how much rap in percentage of all music you listen to)?
> what head unit, amp, and woofers?
> how much bass are you wanting?
> are you building this system on a budget and if so how much are you expecting to spend?
first of all is the amp a four way amp? if so then you need to know what the watts of the subs are (you dont want to melt them) wire + and - of channels 1 and 2 to one sub and + and - of channel 3 and 4 to second sub, nice thick lead from battery positive (fused) to positive terminal on amp thick lead from a good earth point to negative terminal on amp run a set of rca leads down the opposte side to the positive wire to prevent interference, run thin wire from remote wire of radio to the remote terminal of amp, rca's are plugged in at stereo and at the am. may need a RCA splitter to be able to power all four channels
Yes... for sure you can use the woofers wiring, BUT if you are keeping the factory radio you might have reduced volume and or quality due to the inefficency of some newer model higher power needing components... let us know if you are amping or not, and if not.. try and do so..