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Old 03-07-2005, 11:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I installed my headunit in my 94 325i las night, and realized that running the RCA's and a remote was going to be tough. I was wondering were and how is the best place/way to run the RCA's from the deck to somewhere outside the dash, running them from the console back to the amp will be easy though.
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i ran mine, under the carpet, but that took a while!!

your best bet, is to run it behind the dash, and along the door(s) and into the trunk, or wherever your amp is gunna be
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I ran mine behind the glovebox and down the kickpanel then down the floor on the passenger side. Then into the fender/ wheel well through a hole I made in the carpet for the power and ground from the batter also. Seems to work nice. Check my cardomain link for the pictures of my amp rack.

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Either of those ways are about the best bet. BMW's are built very well, hence are difficult to take apart, one of the main reasons for my purchase. But down the door sills to the rear are the best way to go.
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The pictures dont work, but I have a method posted in a DIY in my sig. Easy enough to do.
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