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ihkili18 
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Hi everyone, I have a 2007 accord v6 and i am installing an amp and woofer in the trunk to go with my factory system. My question is how and where shoud i go through the firewall. I took  the bottom of the dash on the drivers side area apart and i saw a ton of insulation and a black sort of rubbery hole. I assumed that that was where i should go as there was an existing harness passingj htrough so what do i do should i cut a slit in the rubber? Just wondering if someone with experience installing on a new accord can help me thanx so much
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If it's an auto trans, look for the spot where the clutch would normally go thru.....perfect spot. If it's a manual trans...there are less places to get thru, but keep poking, you'll find a spot.
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cut and get behind the insulation and rubber mat... endless possibilities... If you are using 0 guage you could even un underneith the car.. I have done that countless times...

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find the stock location where the wires from the fuse box pass through the firewall.
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djscustomz1 wrote:

cut and get behind the insulation and rubber mat... endless possibilities... If you are using 0 guage you could even un underneith the car.. I have done that countless times...

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Is it underneath and back into a car?

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