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I'm going to be installing/adding a compact powered Subwoofer in my iGT Mazda 3
I think I pretty much have all the steps needed and ordered the PAC connector to make it plug and play

My question is if anyone on here knows if I can use this terminal at the battery connection.
There is an empty slot with a fuse there, does anyone know what it's for?
Is it for the iEloop cars or something?

I'm only going to be using 8 gauge wire and the subwoofer is only rated at 200w RMS
 

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I'm going to be installing/adding a compact powered Subwoofer in my iGT Mazda 3
I think I pretty much have all the steps needed and ordered the PAC connector to make it plug and play

My question is if anyone on here knows if I can use this terminal at the battery connection.
There is an empty slot with a fuse there, does anyone know what it's for?
Is it for the iEloop cars or something?

I'm only going to be using 8 gauge wire and the subwoofer is only rated at 200w RMS
I got my 4 channel 400w RMS amp on the right side, didn't bother with the left one.

 

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Thanks for the response! (and the picture)
Yeah that's what I saw on the subwoofer installation guide
That fuse says 250A so that would roughly be ~3000W so it shouldn't really tax that connection
And you're using double the power than I am going to be, so I might end up going that route
I was just wondering if anyone knew what that empty slot is for so I could get a cleaner/stock looking connection
 
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