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celicatuner
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Mar 15, 8:48am - #417157 
amp hookup

just wondering if anyone knew of a place to get information or could explain to me on how to take apart my interior side panels kicker panels rear side panelling and dash so that I can run wires from my batterie to my amp and from my stereo to my amp. I know a lot of them just pop off, but incase there are some skrews somewhere I don't want to yank it off and break anything. also does anyone know of a good place to poke the batterie wire through the fire wall that'd be close to the driverside kicker panel where I'm going to be running my amp wire? thanks guys.

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Mar 15, 10:36am - #417158 
You should have a grommet to run the wire through your firewall. Most panels just pop off.

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