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Old 08-08-14, 02:00 AM   #1
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I've spent almost two hours searching through the forums as well as Google and Google images and am very surprised I can't find an answer to what I thought would be a simple question.

I am wiring my power cable from front to rear on the passenger's side of my 2010 GS350 AWD. So far I've brought the cable to the passenger side rear seat footwell but am unsure of how to proceed. It is an 8 gauge cable that will be eventually hooked to my Rockford amp.

How do people get their power cable from the footwell kickplate area, around the seat, and finally into the trunk?

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Old 08-08-14, 03:00 AM   #2
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I don't have a sound system but have a air suspension on mine and i had to do the same to power it up, so I ran mine all along the side inside of the door sills it has a channel where all the wires r already I just did the same with my 8 gauge for my system
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As above, use the channels that already exist in the car for cabling front to back that are in the bottom of the rocker panel area. Or do everybody else a favor and give up on trying to make your lexus into a public boombox.
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haha i ran my 4 gauge wires from the passenger side sills, removed the lower and upper back seats and through the rubber gromit to my amp on the left side...
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http://www.clublexus.com/forums/gs-t...56k-no-no.html

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Old 08-08-14, 09:39 PM   #6
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As above, use the channels that already exist in the car for cabling front to back that are in the bottom of the rocker panel area. Or do everybody else a favor and give up on trying to make your lexus into a public boombox.
What's wrong with adding a bit of thump to your car? 8ga sounds like he's just trying to add a baby amp to the car.

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Exactly what I was about to post .

What I did when I got towards the rear of the trunk was pull the rear seat out completely.

It's a matter of pulling it up from the front last I checked, it's almost like a clip.

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