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Old 02-17-2014, 01:30 PM
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Where to run the wiring for SPOD on 02 TJ?

I have an '02 TJ. I don't have the plastic molding on the upper part of my windshield, so between the SPOD molding and the side door trim, where do I run the wiring? Any other SPOD users willing to give their experience would be greatly appreciated.

I'll see if I can't up some photos to show what i am talking about.

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Old 02-17-2014, 01:41 PM
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Sorry both of these kind of suck, The one only shows between the roof attachments, which is not the place I am referring to, the other is too backlit by the snow outside. I'll have to try to take better ones.
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Shows more of the corner.
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Can you install the later model TJ moulding?
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I'm sure Daveys Jeeps has that available from a wrecked TJ/LJ.
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I probably could.

I actually read the instructions more clearly and they explained. RTFM! lol I find their instruction sufficient but terse, so sometimes it takes going back over a few times while examining the area to figure out what they mean.

Basically it has stick on tie downs that run along the window moulding. With the black techflex sleeving it is pretty stealthy still.

I've gotten to the point where I am mounting the control (source) bracket, then I can start wiring things up.

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So here is how it looks with the supplied stick on tie-downs. Not bad, more stealthy in person than in photos though. Basically hides behind the visor anyway.

Plus a photo of the installed switch panel.
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