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    Default 306 Cabriolet rear speakers

    Just doing some work to the sound system. Does anyone know what the dimensions of the rear speakers are at all ??? I believe they might be 6.5 inch like the fronts but unsure ??

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    In my 306 they were the same as the front speakers.
    + how would one go about installing an amp for a subwoofer in a peugeot 306 style 1999?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 96306N3 View Post
    Just doing some work to the sound system. Does anyone know what the dimensions of the rear speakers are at all ??? I believe they might be 6.5 inch like the fronts but unsure ??
    Ah the joys of 306 Cabriolet ownership

    They are 7x5, would you believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BradlehGordz View Post
    In my 306 they were the same as the front speakers.
    + how would one go about installing an amp for a subwoofer in a peugeot 306 style 1999?
    I don't think it would be different to any other car.
    Run RCA leads up one side. Power direct from battery and turn on wire (Either from back of stereo, or if your stereo doesn't have it connect to power with key wire) up the other.
    The hardest part would be getting that big fat wire through the firewall.
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    I should have been more specific :L
    That's exactly the spot I need help with! I have read that someone said brake lines run through/near the firewall? Where would be a good location to have the power cable coming through the firewall?
    I have even heard of people running the power cable under the car Good or bad idea?

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    I've never done a 306, but there is a rather large grommit down in the passengers footwell the ac evaporator, evaporates through. I'd have a look around that. Its down under the battery. Well thats an early one i think late would be the same!
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    I have an amp and sub in one under the passenger seat through the firewall is right big plug cant miss it just locate your alarm wires and follow em. Or if your unsure ask around and go to a reputable installer

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradlehGordz View Post
    I should have been more specific :L
    That's exactly the spot I need help with! I have read that someone said brake lines run through/near the firewall? Where would be a good location to have the power cable coming through the firewall?
    I have even heard of people running the power cable under the car Good or bad idea?
    Where abouts in Sydney are you from ??'

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