Best way to get low current 12v to trunk
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This is a discussion on Best way to get low current 12v to trunk within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have an 05 STi, and the seat doesn't fold down. I have a satellite reciever that I'm putting in ...

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    Best way to get low current 12v to trunk

    I have an 05 STi, and the seat doesn't fold down. I have a satellite reciever that I'm putting in today and I need to know the best way to get 12v back there without stringing wires all over the outside of the car.

    Again, low current, no amps or anything, basically will be going from the 12v that the deck runs off of and follow along the data cable.

    Thanks.
    2013 STi Wagon.

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    Run it under the door sills probably like most people do when running stereo wire.. Otherwise you could go under the car inside the frame, probably.
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