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2K4Celica Apr 8, 5:38am - #148152 
2004 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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How to route 1/2" cable thru firewall on an 2004?

I've seen previous threads on how to get through the firewall, but the pictures I've seen showing a rubber grommet hole behind the battery simply is not there on my '04.

On top of that, I'm using one of the phat Rockford Fosgate install kits and the power line is almost 1/2" thick! Am I going to need to drill a screamin' big hole through the firewall? I don't even have a damn bit that thick.

~ 2004 Silver GT
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2K4Celica Apr 8, 5:45am - #148153 
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Ok, the grommet is there, but I didn't want to cut into that as it wouldn't be big enough anyway. cry

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spaztikid Apr 8, 6:20am - #148154 
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just drill through and buy a grommet from home depot.
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Rexy13 Apr 8, 1:07pm - #148155 
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take a half inch drill bit, drill hole, if its for an amp wire, your local audio shop should have professional fit grommets available
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2K4Celica Apr 8, 1:28pm - #148156 
2004 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Am going to go through just a couple inches above where the steering column goes through, sound ok? Seems like there's a double layer on the firewall in most areas.

~ 2004 Silver GT
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