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#1 (permalink) Old 03-27-2005, 12:22 PM
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I have a 1999 BMW 328i Convertible and am wanting to install a KENWOOD KEG hard-drive system into it.

Can anyone tell me if there is enough room for the hard-drive to be installed under the front passenger seat? i have electric sports seats in the car, also how would i get to screw the unit to the floor - bearing in mind that there is not enough room for a screw-driver to get in there.
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Originally posted by Rich328@Mar 27 2005, 11:22 AM
I have a 1999 BMW 328i Convertible and am wanting to install a KENWOOD KEG hard-drive system into it.

Can anyone tell me if there is enough room for the hard-drive to be installed under the front passenger seat? i have electric sports seats in the car, also how would i get to screw the unit to the floor - bearing in mind that there is not enough room for a screw-driver to get in there.
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I am doubting you can get it under there. The motor for the seats is located there and probably not enough room. If it will physically fit under there, you need to make sure there is ample room for heat to escape as well. After all that, getting a screwdriver under there, is as easy as this:

http://www.pro-fit-intl.com/skewdriver/

There are a few people that make this tool and is REAL convenient to have in your toolbox at home. I've probably burnt up 4 of them in the 15+ years Ive installed car audio, using them MANY times per day. Theyre an awesome tool.

Long story short: Put it in the trunk area :P

Good luck....



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