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Any tips on running power wire to amp

Anyone have any tips on running 4 gauge power wire past the second row seat latch. I ran the wires fine till I get to the black step for the third row. I can't get undeneath the black step and it apears that there is not enough room to tuck it under the back door side panel next to the black step. Any tips. Thanks
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if you have skid plates you can run it under the commander and into the rear well. I ran mine that way with pvc from home depot (tubing) and just drilled into the car,, smoothed the edges so no cut issues to worrie about and its a hell of alot faster..

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I ran mine where you're saying you can't. Just tucked it under the side panel.
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Pull the step up. I ran the antennae wire for my XM that way.


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I did the same from my 4 awg and cables for the back-up camera.
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