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Hole In Firewall For 6th Gen...

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by Shinamato, Feb 26, 2003.

  1. Shinamato

    Shinamato Junior Member

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    I've been looking for the hole for a while now, but cant seem to find it. I've found a couple of rubber plugs ( i think thats what they are), but I'm not 100% sure if thats what it is, and I dont want to cut it out with my knife if it isnt. Does anybody have a pic of the engine bay in a 6th gen that could show me exactly where the hole is?

    -Shin
     
  2. xj0hnx

    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Hole for what???
     
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    Glory hole? :lol: ...sorry couldn't help myself...
     
  4. Shinamato

    Shinamato Junior Member

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    The hole in the firewall that goes from the engine bay to the cabin of the vehicle. Useful for running wires to and from the battery to accessories in the cabin, such as amps. Sorry for not being more specific, but I thought the subject line would take care of that. =)

    -Shin
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    I just run any extra wires through the existing grommets that have wires already going through them.
     
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    tdehnel Senior Member

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    Those plugs are (usually), easy to remove, you just have to pull hard.

    Also, most installers just tap into the power wire that leads to the fuses, instead of running a wire straight from the battery.
     
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