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Old 06-03-2004, 12:42 AM   #11
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I think what he'* trying to say is, be careful if you run large gauge (less flexible) wire behind the gas/brake and keep clear of the ebrake if you run the wire above that panel. I spose wierd things could happen!?!
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Originally Posted by 97NAbonneville1
What do I have to worry about clearing the pedals?
So you can still push both all the way, and when they come back they don't get caught either. I ran some underneath the dash on that side, (acually one speaker wire i had to replace, the RCA, and the turn on), and you need to make damn sure the wire is zip tied up there good , Stuck throttle or brake? + a little broken cable.... and you have disaster!
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