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Posted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 2:58 pm 
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hey guys just bought new amp and wiring kit. its a 4 gauge and i had a look and the bloody cable want fit through the clutch cable hole. know i am trying to locate another hole. also if i am correct the clutch cable whole shouldn't have any other cables through it if its an auto should it. also just trying to clarify that the clutch cable hole on an EA is sort facing down isn't it. cos there is this other hole about 3 inchs aways and it has a rubber stopper in it and it sorta faces up. any help please.

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Posted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 3:20 pm 
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thanks anyway guys. i found a hole which i thnk is much safer. you the cable that opens the bonnet. well about an inch below that there is a plug, i pulled that out and the hole will fit the four gauge cable. the only thing i am not sure about is that it is near the side of the car and i am pretty sure water cant get in there but could one of you clarify.

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Posted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 4:03 pm 
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The DMac wrote:
thanks anyway guys. i found a hole which i thnk is much safer. you the cable that opens the bonnet. well about an inch below that there is a plug, i pulled that out and the hole will fit the four gauge cable. the only thing i am not sure about is that it is near the side of the car and i am pretty sure water cant get in there but could one of you clarify.

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Posted: Sun Nov 14, 2004 10:31 pm 
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Just out of interest, when i ran my power cable, i put it through a hole in behind the headlight and then ran it up and over the top of the plastic wheel arch skin. From there it went through a gromit in the drivers kickpanel and straight in under the carpet.

Nice and neat, but a prick of a job to do!!

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