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Question 2001 GT amp wiring through firewall???

I keep looking and looking for all of these grommets that people are talking about to get my power cable through so I can finish setting up my subs. I must be retarded to not be able to figure this out but can you please post pictures?? o.O

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I don’t have a picture but if you look on the top of your firewall on the driver side from the engine compartment, wedged between the fender and the master cylinder, you should see where the main harness runs through. It passes through a rubber grommet. That’s where I ran mine and it works just fine

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Use a sharpened piece of wood or plastic to push through the grommet. Then run the wire in after it.

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I don’t have a picture but if you look on the top of your firewall on the driver side from the engine compartment, wedged between the fender and the master cylinder, you should see where the main harness runs through. It passes through a rubber grommet. That’s where I ran mine and it works just fine
The 01 may be different but my 05 has a separate, unused nipple in that large grommet. Use a pair of scissors to cut the tip off and push the wire through, then use silicone gasket maker to seal it up.

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