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If there is no grommet to run thru that doesn't already have multiple wires thru it. You will need to drill your own hole, grommet it, then silicone it so it doesn't leakk into the vehicle. Drill from the inside out with a pilot hole under the dash on the passenger side away from any A/C components. Just use common sense, your smart enough to know not to run an exposed wire under a vehicle! That's a bomb waiting to explode!. Logically look behind the floorboard at the metal and determine where you will end up on the other side. Make sure you use a 100-150 amp blade fuse at the battery, and a 40-60 amp at the amp. Be safe! Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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