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Firewall openings I am trying to run a power cable for an amplifier from the battery through the firewall and eventually to the trunk of the car... However after a lot of searching I have yet to find any opening that an 8 Gauge wire can pass through... If anyone knows of an opening that i can try to look for or of any easy way of solving this predicament I would be greatly appreciative. Thanks

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  • Chris Dawson Jan 04, 2009

    are there many moving parts, you think, on the engine side of the wall that would interfere with the wiring?

    Thank you so much for the fast response, I think you may have just solved my 3 day predicament....


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Ive always used the steering colum, just made a hole or went around the boot. look at the firwall for any rubber boots that have access to the inside and squeeze that wire in there. but if all else fails. you can run the wire under the car to the trunk. making sure to keep away from the pipes and using alot of ties to the frame or other. also you would have to drill hole in bottem of trunk then seal the left over room. write back if you have anymore questions, hope this helps.....

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    lee r Jan 04, 2009

    nope, the steerin colum moving parts are incased. good location-has been for me. your welcome. ive done alot of trail and error in the past. wish i would have known about a site like this.:-) good luck

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