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Old 08-29-2005, 10:18 PM   #1
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Is there any other way to run power wires to the trunk? I have that annoying piece of metal in the way that stops me from easily changing my actuator and runnign a power wire... If i cant find another way im gonan end up cutting it out and putting a screw on bracet
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Is there any other way to run power wires to the trunk? I have that annoying piece of metal in the way that stops me from easily changing my actuator and runnign a power wire... If i cant find another way im gonan end up cutting it out and putting a screw on bracet
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pull out the back seat, if this is what you are talking about
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lol sorry here this might help this black metal piece it gets in the way of everything
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lol wrong pic sorry
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I like your AC pluges What did you use for it? Now have you tryed to run the wires through one of the rubber grommets in the fire wall i think the most common one used is on the drivers side.
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passener side is really easy also.
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I was going to post the url showind how it was done in the Techinfo but that link is down if i find one before i leave class i will post it.
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Yea i know that install but you dont have that metal piece going across bechind the glvoe box. Let me ask you a question do you have air bags because im tryign to find the reason for the metal piece to see the effects of cuting it out.
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