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#1 Old 03-07-2011, 01:27 AM
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Hi everyone,

I need to run wires to the trunk under sill panel and rear seat. How do I remove the rear seat and the rear sill panel? I think there are 2 screws, can someone point me to the right direction where these screws are and how to route te wires?
Iceberg did an amazing job on writeup for amp install, However pictures for rear side are not there. I already finished te front, just need help with the rear wiring....anyone???
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Sign up for the Hyundai Motors America Service website at:

http://www.hmaservice.com/

Complete schematics and instructions are there for you!

You'll have to register but it's painless and truly a godsend.

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QUOTE (haynbenz @ Mar 7 2011, 03:34 AM)
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Sign up for the Hyundai Motors America Service website at:

http://www.hmaservice.com/

Complete schematics and instructions are there for you!

You'll have to register but it's painless and truly a godsend.
Could ou guide me where in there? I struggled with ituesterday..
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Could ou guide me where in there? I struggled with ituesterday..
OK, let me ask another question. Do I need to remove the rear seat cushion to be able to remove the rear door sill/ scuff panel? The manual shows there is a screw but seems like the cushion or the seat back will be in way to get to the screw.
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From the looks of hmaservice there is only one screw on far left side. Search interior trim or trim. For seats it shows four screws on bottom half of seatback. Two per side. Search rear seat.
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From the looks of hmaservice there is only one screw on far left side. Search interior trim or trim. For seats it shows four screws on bottom half of seatback. Two per side. Search rear seat.
Finally figured it out. The HMAservice directions are Crap...It was much easier than I thought...
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I'm having the same problem...I cant figure out how to get to the screw that holds the rear trim behind the seat. How did you do it?!!
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