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Old 05-09-2004, 01:51 AM   #11
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problem is im using wire taken out of another car... (its a long story)

but im worried that i wont have enough. ive gone around it in other cars but i deffinatley dont have enough to make it all the way back.

i cant even find where it comes out on the other side to do the wire thing.
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well to find it stick something through the hole so you can see the other side. you will have to have approx 18 ft to run to the trunk but that is a minimum i believe cuz when i ran my wire i had 17 and got to the back seats but then my wires split into 8 gauge from there so it wasnt a problem.
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well i am going to split it into 8 guage, that was the original plan so if i have to do it early i will, i am gonna need to find it on the inside of the car of push soemthing through its all i can think of to do
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Coat hangers work nice, because you can bend them into weird areas.
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ill try that with the coathanger, i jsut gotta find it on the other side now, so many damn wires in the way
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I took a little chisel and stuck it through on the inside. Then put the wire on the chisel point and pushed the wire through there was enough of an opening for my 2 ga. It'* a bitch but it'll work.
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