or because of the amount of work to remove a fender, break 5 bolts and have to drill and tap new holes.It's much easier to just drill a hole under the dash out of site, install a rubber grommet, and run your wires through that. Not only will it give you a seal and easy access for additional wiring and/or troubleshooting down the road, but its also the best solution for those who don't want (or can't because they're molded) to take off the fenders.
:agreed:You don't have to remove the fenders at all. Running the power cable the way circuit posted is really simple. Why bother drilling any more holes? To each their own I guess.
depending on what gauge wire you are trying to run. i found a pretty small hole right by the battery and comes out right under dash by your pedals.
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Thats what I did. Took me about 1/2 an hour to jack up the car, take out the fender liner bolts and push thru the 4 gauge wiring for the sub. Nice and out of the way, and you use a stock hole.:agreed:
You just need to remove the inner fender lining, which is plastic and comes out with a few plastic rivet... thingys :lol: