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12v wiring thru the firewall

I am installing a ham radio in car and I need to run wire for power from the battery to the passenger side to power a radio. Any suggestions on finding a grommet or passthru I can us??
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You have to run it thru the driver side their is a plastic grommet that you can poke a hole thru and just run it thru the dash to the passenger side or were ever you need it.

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