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Celicalicious
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Celicalicious Feb 21, 4:37am - #107933 
2000 Red Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Power Cable

Hey guys, just got my Kicker sub and I am going to install it Sunday, and I took a quick look and have a question about the Power Cable... Where's the best place to run it in from the engine bay into the car? I took a quick look and there didn't seem to be an obvious spot... so just wondering what you guys have done... thanks!
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celicaboy
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celicaboy Feb 21, 4:38am - #107934 

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i ran my power cable under the plastic peice that under the door when closed that says celica on it
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ClayPeanuts
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ClayPeanuts Feb 21, 4:39am - #107935 

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i put mine in thru the main firewall, looking at the engine standing outside its a little left behind the battery on the firewall theres a rubber thingy i just punched a hole and put it thru there. hope this helps.

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Eyger Feb 21, 4:43am - #107936 

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The most common answer is to drill a hole in the firewall and use a rubber grommet to make sure that no precipitation gets in. On a side note, i would run your power and you signal cable down opposite sides of you car, it helps with noise prevention.

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Sultan Feb 21, 5:28am - #107937 

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Originally Posted by kycelica
i ran my power cable under the plastic peice that under the door when closed that says celica on it


the door sill... rofl
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