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I need to run a power wire for my amps, i looked but did not notice a hole in fire wall. I dont want to remove the dash . is there a place to run a power wire from battery through the fire wall without having to drill a hole? i have a 95 cat.I couldnt find one for my fog lights either. I think there might be one up where the pedals are but not sure. HELP!!
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behind the glovebox, theres a black rubber body plug with nothing in it.. just cut a slice in it. and epoxy around it... easy peasy.
 

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do a search,

There are threads on this. There are holes on the right and left sides...

I drilled a hole in the floorboard, and used a rubber grommet, and rtv to seal it in.

There are trays under the carpet to hold wire on both sides.
 

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sinhumane said:
behind the glovebox, theres a black rubber body plug with nothing in it.. just cut a slice in it. and epoxy around it... easy peasy.
i am going to go for the grommet behind glove box. thanks guys
 

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Put the battery in ur truck then you dont have too ;) either way I drilled a hole behind the drivers side valve cover in the firewall..
 

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green on green sure is an interesting color, thats a huge wire to try and hide I agree on mounting the battery in the trunk
 

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With the battery in the trunk, how are you supposed to charge it?
You'll still need to run a cable to the rear. ;)
 

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Lozinit said:
With the battery in the trunk, how are you supposed to charge it?
You'll still need to run a cable to the rear. ;)

that's what energizer AA cells are for...:tongue:
 

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I wouldn't go for the passanger side for 1 reason, if your getting the standard amp wiring kit it probably wont be long enough to CLEANLY run it from the battery on the drivers side to the fire wall on the passanger side then under the carpet and all the way to the trunk and have any kind of slack to work with. but If your going to buy it buy the foot then you can have it as long as you need it. by the way I have a rockford wiring kit for $50 lol only need the ground wire which I can pick up for like $8 lol its a $100 kit ;)
 

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I wouldn't go for the passanger side for 1 reason, if your getting the standard amp wiring kit it probably wont be long enough to CLEANLY run it from the battery on the drivers side to the fire wall on the passanger side then under the carpet and all the way to the trunk and have any kind of slack to work with. but If your going to buy it buy the foot then you can have it as long as you need it. by the way I have a rockford wiring kit for $50 lol only need the ground wire which I can pick up for like $8 lol its a $100 kit ;)
do you get payment i sent you yesterday? for 25.00. and e-mail i sent. i have a setup already its 17ft kit in 4gauge.
 

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thewishkah said:
I wouldn't go for the passanger side for 1 reason, if your getting the standard amp wiring kit it probably wont be long enough to CLEANLY run it from the battery on the drivers side to the fire wall on the passanger side then under the carpet and all the way to the trunk and have any kind of slack to work with. but If your going to buy it buy the foot then you can have it as long as you need it. by the way I have a rockford wiring kit for $50 lol only need the ground wire which I can pick up for like $8 lol its a $100 kit ;)

I used a standard tsunami 4ga wiring kit and i had no problems with the passenger side.

Only had to buy a little extra ground wire.
 
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