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Old 05-21-2006, 01:41 PM   #11
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Oops.....I mean't passenger side, my bad.

Pat you know I didn't run my wiring that way because I was on the phonew with you when I ran the wiring LOL
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Go lower and come in from the main wiring harness. The wire tends to go under the carpeting and padding so you need to pull up that corner to get it.

Have fun contortioning yourself into that area.
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Run it down the drivers side, and pass through the firewall where the main harness goes through.
Nate I dont that install because it wastes alot of wire running it across the strut tower bar, and it also makes for a messy looking install
i agree keep it on the same side as that battery
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Run it down the drivers side, and pass through the firewall where the main harness goes through.
Nate I dont that install because it wastes alot of wire running it across the strut tower bar, and it also makes for a messy looking install
i agree keep it on the same side as that battery
Wow you screw up once and fix it in the same thread and still no one realizes it.....
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