Ok, i found the problem. When i removed the rear card when you press the metal around the subwoofer the noise stops. So what i did:
1. Removed the 4 bolts on the subwoofer and put additional isolation tape between the subwoofer and the metal part. I also put isolation tape on the plastic legs where are the bolt holes on the subwoofer. I don't have pictures, but anyway that didn't help, the noise was still there.
2. Then i played again a song with much bass and started listening from the trunk. I found that one of the air ducts is lose and it's vibrating. I removed it and put isolation tape all around. I put isolation tape on the back side too, but i forgot to take a picture. Note that i've also put isolation tape on the bottom part of the duct where it contacts the metal flat part to prevent another vibrations in future. (See picture of the duct)
3. Unfortunately then, the vibration moved to another weak point and this is the Bose amp connector. For there i used sound isolation tape to fix the connector not to move. I didn't take a picture of the taped connector, but there are many ways to fix the connector, so use your creativity. (See picture of the connector)