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passing power wire through car #343605 Dec 5, 3:55pm Dec 5, 3:55pm
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passing power wire through car
hey whats up im bout to install my amp ...just wondering where is a good place to run the power wire through the firewall and through the car...i was thinking through the floor but i think theres a place on the side by just takin off the door sill on the passenger side...anyone just suggestions?...holla...


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Re: passing power wire through car [Re: ahnjae] #343606 Dec 5, 4:01pm Dec 5, 4:01pm
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there's a grommet behind your battery that leads through the firewall... thats where i'd do it.

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