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Old 05-02-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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Im trying to rewire my front speakers in my Bonnevill, but I can't get the wires through the inside of the car to the door. can anyone help?
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Welcome to the forum Will.

Are you trying to get the wires through the rubber conduit between the door and body of the car?
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Yes but it seems like a big bolt wont let me get the top rubber part off
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not sure what rubber part you are talking about. normally you just take some bigger wire stick it through from the car side and tape the speaker wire to it and pull it through
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Can you get a picture of the bolt/rubber part you are talking about?
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I was going to suggest attaching the new speaker wire to the old wire and then pull it through the door and into the car chassis.
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How do I put up a pic?
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At the bottom of the page here, you will see "Post Quick Reply" or "Go Advance". Click on Advanced and at the bottom of that page you will see where you can upload pics.
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says I can't post pictures but I got it. took me in a friend an hour and a half to figure it out. there'* a factory hole in the rubber behind the carpet. on the driver side its behind the hood latch, run your hand up right behind it until you feel the hole. same place on the passenger side.
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