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Author Subject: Amp power cable
berger

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Post #1
Where is best to pass the power cable through the bulkhead.

My car has had an AMP installed in the past, all the wires were under the rear bench and still routed under the carpet Big grin

The positive lead goes down the passenger side and was tucked up behind the centre console area, its still got the end piece of an inline fuse holder attached too, theres probably about 2 foot of spare cable wrapped up which can be threaded through somewhere.

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Posted 9th Dec 2008 at 19:31
greenbelt

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Post #2
There is a gromit in the passenger footwell. You can feed the wire through this. It is fiddly and I didnt attempt it until I had my battery removed to do my gearbox engine mount.
There is not much space to do this with the battery in place. Will upload pictures when I get home from work.

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Posted 9th Dec 2008 at 20:28
berger

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greenbelt wrote:
There is a gromit in the passenger footwell. You can feed the wire through this. It is fiddly and I didnt attempt it until I had my battery removed to do my gearbox engine mount.
There is not much space to do this with the battery in place. Will upload pictures when I get home from work.


That would be great thanks!

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Posted 9th Dec 2008 at 20:44
greenbelt

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Post #4
This is where the wire needs to go


A closer view


This is the view from the footwell


Hope this helps

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Posted 10th Dec 2008 at 00:14
berger

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Thats brilliant thank you!

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Posted 10th Dec 2008 at 01:19
greenbelt

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No problem Thumbs up

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Posted 10th Dec 2008 at 02:28
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Uber helpful. Smile

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Posted 10th Dec 2008 at 03:08
olliexs

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Post #8
what is that grommet for just an air escape
Posted 10th Feb 2011 at 04:16
simgti6

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Post #9
It's the A/C condensation drain pipe
Posted 10th Feb 2011 at 16:25
olliexs

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Post #10
s0 i take it there are air con pipes near by then
Posted 10th Feb 2011 at 22:52
mattgti6phase2

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Post #11
simgti6 wrote:
It's the A/C condensation drain pipe


Evaporater coil drain pipe Big grin

I drill a small hole through the passenger arch at the top and then put a small gromit on it with a small dap of silicone Razz

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Posted 15th Feb 2011 at 04:34
howyd

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Post #12
When i wired up my xsi i drilled a hole through the passenger footwell next to the drain pipe. It was so fiddly to try and get a thick cable through that gromit.

Dont forget to run the phono/rca cables the opposite side of car to the power lead.
Posted 15th Apr 2011 at 04:02
mellowr1

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Post #13
greenbelt wrote:



This is the view from the footwell


Hope this helps


Has anyone ever successfully removed this grommet and managed to refit it?Unsure Dunno
Posted 26th Apr 2013 at 11:17
Niall

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Post #14
I just run my amp cable under the car in armour. Much easier than going through the inside!
Posted 26th Apr 2013 at 18:15

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