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    how do i run it?

    I have an 03 ranger edge ext. cab. The only place i see to run the amp power wire (2 gauge) is through the right fender. Does anyone know if i can run it from the inside of the truck? ((((ABSOLUTLY NO DRILLING ON THE TRUCK ))))







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    Re: how do i run it?

    cut a groove into one of the large grommetts (with all the wires from the engine bay that go into the cabin) and slide the wire in there. when you're ready to uninstall, the cut won't even be visible



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    Re: how do i run it?

    The wires are in a harness like thing and i cant run the 2 gauge wire through there it is way too big I dont like the idea of the wire running throught the fender Is there any other place i could run the wire????




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    Re: how do i run it?

    um pull up the carpet and look for a drain plug in the floor or a grommet in the floor and you can go in there or, even tho i know you said no drilling you can drill a hole and just seal it up well with a grommet and silicon. why doing you want to drill?



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    Re: how do i run it?

    it sort of isnt my truck its my g-ma's but i could drill but i am scared of drilling through something




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    Re: how do i run it?

    you could run it under the car and then look for a drain plug in the back under the floor



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