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I have a Touring model and currently upgrading my system. I've seen all the Accord audio videos on Youtube and I'm left wondering if there's an easier way to get to the amp. I know where it's at and my thought is that I can get to it by just removing the knee pad but then I think it can't be that easy. I see guys without the 10 channel amp for sure have to remove center consoles and a good chunk of the dash, I really hope I don't have to do that. Any one know the proper way to get to it ? Any tips?
 

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Pop off the trim on drivers side center console then the plastic to the right of your foot has a couple screws to remove. Then I just unpopped a couple clips near the foot area to then access the amp wires. Did all my taps right there. Best I can explain it
 

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I have a Touring model and currently upgrading my system. I've seen all the Accord audio videos on Youtube and I'm left wondering if there's an easier way to get to the amp. I know where it's at and my thought is that I can get to it by just removing the knee pad but then I think it can't be that easy. I see guys without the 10 channel amp for sure have to remove center consoles and a good chunk of the dash, I really hope I don't have to do that. Any one know the proper way to get to it ? Any tips?
I went from the bottom area where the gas pedal is. To the right of that is a long trim piece. Remove that long panel alongside gear shifter and the nlack piece can be pulled just enough to access the amp wire harmess.
 

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This helped me out!

HI,

I will soon likely be buying a 2019 Honda accord ex-l. I've been researching how the sound system sounds, and have read very bad things! Then, I saw this video... WOW!! I used to install my own systems back in my day (80's-90-s), but I see more has changed than I ever could have dreamed of. This video actually SCARED ME! So, I want to improve upon the factory sound, but do not have either the equipment or know how to even really fully comprehend the video. End goal, acceptable sound at least cost. Looking for a shop in the Pittsburgh PA area that can assist me (as in, make suggestions and probably do the work). If anyone knows of a shop in the Pittsburgh area that can help me out, please contact me at [email protected]. Thank you!
 
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