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Old 09-05-2014, 04:37 PM
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Trying to Access Passenger Compartment

Just took delivery on 2015 Sahari. Off road lights installed but am unable to find an easy way to run wire to switch inside. Anyone know of an access point that doesn't require major surgery? Thanks

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Remove the cover on the end of the dash board [left side] look up at the inside of the firewall just below the A pillar you will see a quarter sized hole filled with white Styrofoam. just push a stiff wire through such as a coat hanger until it comes out under the hood tape the wires to it and pull them back under the dash. the space just above the speaker is good place to mount the switch and its easy to connect with the access panel removed

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Remove the cover on the end of the dash board look up at the inside of the firewall just below the A pillar you will see a quarter sized hole filled with white Styrofoam. just push a stiff wire through such as a coat hanger until it comes out under the hood tape the wires to it and pull them back under the dash. the space just above the speaker is good place to mount the switch and its easy to connect with the access panel removed
Thanks a lot! You pointed me in the right location but The 2015 has changed the interior pieces so the end of the dashboard access panels do no remove from the front BUT there is a 1" diameter hole below the master cylinder. Coat hanger and you are in!
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If you have a 6spd. You can use the hole the washer fluid line goes through for the rear window.

Had to use that one for my sPod per the instalation instructions.
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