I'm guessing you know how to do the deck, since you've put some in already in the past. The amp is pretty straight forward. You'll want to ground the negative side of the amp to a solid and clean spot on the chassis (ie, sand the paint until you have some metal exposed so that the connection will be contacting the metal), I've always preferred to use a small nut and bolt instead of using a screw, that way there's no chance of the connection working loose. After you make the connection it wouldn't hurt to spray it with rust inhibitor (since you sanded the paint away exposing bare metal).
When you run you're power wire, make sure you have a fuse in-line with it as close to the battery as possible. Try not to run your rca wires on the same side of the car as you run the power wire, this will help keep the amp from picking up electrical noise. Also try not to run your rca wires close to other electrical items like junction blocks, etc. I know this is easier said then done and not always possible. Make sure you don't pinch or squish any wires when you put panels back into place. The amp should be labeled on how to wire the subs.
I would mount your amp on a board of MDF so that the amp's chassis doesn't come into contact with the car's chassis. Basically, mount the board to your chosen spot first, then mount the amp on to the board. You would be surprised by how much noise an amp can pick up when it comes into contact with a cars chassis. HTH(I know, it's pretty long)
Last edited by Forkliftguy; 08-18-2003 at 06:10 PM.