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This is a discussion on where to run the wires for a amp and sub within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i need help to figure out how to run the power cable to power the amp??...

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    where to run the wires for a amp and sub

    i need help to figure out how to run the power cable to power the amp??

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    Right down the center tunnel. Just take out the rear seat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teflon_jones View Post
    Right down the center tunnel. Just take out the rear seat.
    i mean from the engine where do you put it thru? What about the rca cables? Dont know much about audio

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    Don't run the RCA and the power cables together. It'll sound awful.
    You may want to consider professional installation.

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    watch the 4 most recent vids on one of my youtube channels.

    YouTube - LastHumansGarage's Channel

    couple vids show power routing.
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    i agree. dont run wires together. i had to learn the hard way

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