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Old 06-17-2013, 11:38 PM   #1
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hello, i am new to the jeep wrangler world. but i would really like to learn alot more then i already do about wranglers. im from california. and are there any off road clubs in california? i am also having trouble wiring fog lights through the fire wall. where should i put the wire through the wall? thank you

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Welcome! Where in Cali are you? As far as the wires, I ran my through on the drivers side under the dash. There was a little rubber flap if I remember correctly and I just pushed the wires through there, covered them with wire loom, and zip tied them in place.

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Welcome! Where in Cali are you? As far as the wires, I ran my through on the drivers side under the dash. There was a little rubber flap if I remember correctly and I just pushed the wires through there, covered them with wire loom, and zip tied them in place.
I live in Moreno Valley. That's what I thought but I've had trouble finding an opening. What part of Cali are you from?
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Old 06-18-2013, 11:43 AM   #4
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SF bay area. If you look in the engine bay in the same location as the battery but on the drivers side, there should be a hole you can use.
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Old 06-18-2013, 11:45 AM   #5
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not sure what kind of lights you are putting on. But if the are 55w or lower your Jeep probably already has wiring at least into the engine compartment.
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