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Fitting power lead

I have trouble getting the power lead from the batery to the woofer in the boot, I have mondeo st and cant find a place for the wire to go

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Re: fitting power lead

Ive got a clio, and ive fitted subs in other cars, i havent done it on an st before i have to say. normaly there is a small removable 'gromit' (plug) somewhere on the pasengers side right up below the glove box. there should be somewhere where you can thread up the wire to reach the batery. if you cant se anything from the inside try looking from the engine side. if there isnt anywere at all as long as its safe to do so you may have to dril a small hole just big enough for the power cable to go through. its best to run it the oposite side from the remote lead, this will cause less interference from the subs.

cheers, adam

Posted on Nov 18, 2007

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