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Were Do U Run Cables From Headunit To Boot ? For Sub

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got my aftermarket panasonic headunit installed sweeet bought a 15inch kicker sub but need to wire it up

so will need

power cable

rca leads

amp remote

all running to the back from the headunit (power from engine bay)

whats the best route and how do u actually get into the boot

and how to u remove wot ever u have to take apart

thx :)

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got my aftermarket panasonic headunit installed sweeet bought a 15inch kicker sub but need to wire it up

so will need

power cable

rca leads

amp remote

all running to the back from the headunit (power from engine bay)

whats the best route and how do u actually get into the boot

and how to u remove wot ever u have to take apart

thx :)

Look through the workshop section and other recent threads in the sound pages and all the answers are there

Stav

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i put all my cables for the computer from the boot - behind the rear seats there was some holes then just under the carpets in to the center trim

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there are cable routes from the front to back down either side,

below the door aperture

lift the rubber seals and unclip the plastic covers

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there are cable routes from the front to back down either side,

below the door aperture

lift the rubber seals and unclip the plastic covers

yeah did it all today took bout 3hours

love the way there is no screws all kinda pops up using the clips n stuff very handy

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