I know some of you have run auxillary power from the battery area up into the front of the cabin. Any pics on how you routed it, what you had to removed to get it through etc?
Any help would be appreciated!
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I would pack it into the lil cable tray w the stock 4ga that feeds the front pdc, that way it's protected... otherwise i've gone under door trim all the way through cars multiple times w a few thousand watts (stereos).
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^^^ Prob the best way to run it. I ran all my speaker wire down the driver side as I usally like to keep power and sound as far aprt as possible. Most of the trim pieces come out fairly easy and just snap in. The only place you'll need a philips screwdriver is for the panel beside the rear seat and the B pillar trim piece. I've got a handful of wires routed through there for speakers, gauges, and lots of spares so theres adequate room to run whatever.
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Can I use this route without pulling any seats or carpeting completely out of the car?
The drivers side trim route you shouldn't have to pull seats or carpet .. just the rim yer tucking it behind.. I've seen it just shoved up under the trim by people and it "works" but I suggest taking the couple mins and pull the trim it's not that hard..
Last edited by FloridaRT; 05-07-2009 at 05:04 PM. Reason: :-)
Bob in Ocala, Florida (a 73 year old guy who loves cars), 05' Magnum RT. Many mod's, all of Danko Products and a few from 402 Motoring.
Have owned my share of 12 & 13 second cars, am happy now with my stock RT.
^^^ cause it isn't designed to add a bunch more stuff to it Hence the additional cable