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How do i run a power wire through the firewall . trying to run a power wire from my amp through the firewall to the battery. don't know how or where to get through the firewall

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Check around the steering column for a place you can poke a small hole in the rubber boot around the column.

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Check your ground cable. It should go to the motor and two the chassi (bolted to a fender).

Look for fuseable links. They always seem to move. They are about a 10 gauge sized wire with a plastic collor on it near the end. There can be some coming off the battery cable at the starter, on a junction block mounted on the firewall (If I remember right your 92 will have a cover on the passenger side firewall and I think they are under that) or near the battery.

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if you look at the firewall area you usually can see rubber or plastic black plugs to run wiring to the passenger compartment; look by the left side kick panel on the floor next to your brake pedal; good area to drill if you have to ; make sure you insulate any cable or power supply going through the firewall so the wire is protected from rubbing or vibration

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