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Old 05-20-2006, 08:14 PM   #1
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where would i go from here? what would i take out next? a whole lot of stuff in the way and im worried about the air bag


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back up,

you are starting where? and ending where?

For all the wire I have ran, I never went that route.
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from the battery, through the firewall...........

or does it need to be lower

im just working this out as i may be adding an amplifier
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i would find your firewall hole before you start taking stuff apart... i did everything power on the drivers side
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=firewall+wire

you should be able to see into the area where pat drilled ( I would have pics too, but the site they are hosted on is down for maint. ) by just taking hte pass footwell cover off and looking up. you can take that engine harness piece offto see what is is behind there.
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yeah Corvette and i id this on mine last weekend its take like 20-30min easy
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yea i ran my power on the driver side. way easier a clean looking
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Run it down the drivers side, and pass through the firewall where the main harness goes through.
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Run it down the drivers side, and pass through the firewall where the main harness goes through.
Nate I dont that install because it wastes alot of wire running it across the strut tower bar, and it also makes for a messy looking install
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Run it down the drivers side, and pass through the firewall where the main harness goes through.
Nate I dont that install because it wastes alot of wire running it across the strut tower bar, and it also makes for a messy looking install
that'* why I went down the passenger side. 2ga gets expensive when you cross the car twice (amp on passenger side). It also crates more room for interference to occur
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