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Old 07-15-2011, 08:46 PM   #1
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Stereo amp power wire

Has anyone found a good way to route a 4ga power wire from the engine compartment to the passenger compartment? I'm hoping for a pre-existing run that I can piggyback on, but after about 30 minutes of scouring passenger, drivers, and engine sides I can't find anything.

Anyone do an aftermarket setup yet?
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The Ford Police Interceptor Utility Modifiers Guide suggests the best firewall opening is a rubber grommet behind the glove box for wiring pass-through.

This is where the siren and lighting wiring is passed through.

The Guide isn't publicly released yet but I will try and find you a diagram.




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The Ford Police Interceptor Utility Modifiers Guide suggests the best firewall opening is a rubber grommet behind the glove box for wiring pass-through.

This is where the siren and lighting wiring is passed through.

The Guide isn't publicly released yet but I will try and find you a diagram.
Was going to try to do the stereo install today, so I'll remove the glove box and check it out. Thank you so much for the info!
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The Ford Police Interceptor Utility Modifiers Guide suggests the best firewall opening is a rubber grommet behind the glove box for wiring pass-through.

This is where the siren and lighting wiring is passed through.

The Guide isn't publicly released yet but I will try and find you a diagram.
Wow man.. that was literally the easiest amp run I've ever done. Thank you for the info, I would never have looked there otherwise.
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