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Old 12-05-2005, 09:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Amp Cable Route

Hi guys, what is the best place to route the amp power cable through the bulk head before i start stripping bits away to get to the bulk head. I have the m3 e36 coupe and there is no room to even see LOL

Yes i know this should be in the audio forum but this is car specific as the advice needs to be for a E36

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Old 12-05-2005, 11:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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amp power cable? The battery is in the trunk..nice and simple.
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Oh yeh it is in the boot i just found it, new to bmw and not the sharpest tool in the box

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lol, its all pretty simple, i ran my set up like so..

power from the battery in the back
ground to whatever you wish , the frame, the neg on the the battery
RCA's and remote through the drivers side,
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I guess you dont need me anymore Furious. :lol:

No he's right, and as far as grounding, keep the main ground wire as short as possible. Darn 3-series and their easy running of stereo wires...
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No he's right, and as far as grounding, keep the main ground wire as short as possible. Darn 3-series and their easy running of stereo wires...
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lol, its all pretty simple, i ran my set up like so..

power from the battery in the back
ground to whatever you wish , the frame, the neg on the the battery
RCA's and remote through the drivers side,




drivers side? i couldnt figure out how to do it throught that side so i did it through the passenger side, just took off the glove box thing and theres enough space to put the wires through to the stereo
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