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Old 04-24-2008, 02:28 AM   #1
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wassup everybody,

i have been her for awhile now and most every question I had about my car has been answered, but i have a 2002 se bonneville and i'm planning on running 6.5 infinity components and 6x9s, with a 4 channel amp, and a 12 inch kicker w/ its own amp, from my alpine 9885 hu

but my question is... what is the best way to route the rca cables and the remote wire to the back, and also the speaker wires? i tried to search to see if anyone had the same problem i did but i dont know... also what length rca cables did you need?

thanks in advance
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the best way is down the floor rails. pull the rails place the cables and put the rail back down.

and as for the RCA cable length. 12'-14' will be fine.

and to run the wires to the doors you can either just tap into the original wires that are there or run new ones through the boot that has all the other wires in it that go from teh car to the door.
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also remember to NOT run the rca'* with the power cable. you will get EMI
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also remember to NOT run the rca'* with the power cable. you will get EMI

thank you good addition to what i said.

cant believe i forgot to say that.
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alright cool thanks.. i just wanted to start planning in advance hopefully when everything is set up i'll post about it
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