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Old 09-09-2007, 10:52 PM   #1
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I've got a 2004 F150. Where is everyone running your amplifier power wire and where are you going through the firewall. I have mine going through a gromet on the drivers side and it runs across the engine/firewall to the battery. Is there a place to get it through the firewall on the passanger side being thats the side my amp is on..thanks
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On my 04 Expedition.. I got the power wire running through a little gap that runs along the fender on the battery can squeeze it right through it and it'll pass to the doors' side.. i'll put some pics in a while so you'll see what am talking bout.. I rushed mine..
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mine is run under the truck untill it can go up through the bottom of the body, right under that plastic peice you step on when you get in.
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On the passenger side if you look under the carper right next to the door you will find a little grommet that i put mine through and it runs up to the battery from there zip tied away from everything. Good Luck!
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The best place to run it is like decaltruck said since the battery is on the pass. side. You could run it through the firewall on the driver's side but then you'll have to run it along the firewall throught the engine.
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