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Old 04-01-2003, 02:33 AM   #21
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Hopfully I can explain it, I wish my digi cam would work. Well I ran the power cable thru the front fender, on the passenger side, on top of the coolant res. thur the windshield. On the windsheild thers a gap sort of on the very bottom corners and pushed it thru there and went down thur the door. (make sure it won't get crimped) Then I put the cable underneth the floor running boards up to the back seat and pushed it into the corner of the back seat to hide it and took my 6X9'* speaker covers off and there is a small square shaped hole that leads into the trunk and ran my power cable thru it, and hooked it up to my amp. Then I put my new head unit in with the RCA cables and blue power wire and put it in and screwed it in and ran the cables on the drivers side and did the same thing like on the other side. There will be a small square hole that leads into the trunk and put the cables thru it. The ground wire, there will be a big screw(you might have to pull the carpeting back) on the passenger side of the trunk, just look where your anntena wire goes down to and it will be grounded by that big screw. Just get a round connecter that will fit it and unscrew it and put the connecter on and screw it back on. Then hook all the wires up and turn the key on and there you go. This was the easiest way I could find to do it. I didn't have to drill anyholes into the firewall or anything. That'* why it took me so long I didn't know how I was gona run the cables, but it'* real simple. I'm not the mech. type of guy but this was easy. Have fun.
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