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Unbend a coat hanger and stick it through that foam filled nickel sized hole. When it comes through the other end, attach your wires and pull it back through.
 

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;) Yea, do like Dag says, but there are 4 other holes thru the firewall and it depends where you need to go, based on size of access needed !

:rofl::rofl: JIMBO
 

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:) One just like the one you've mentioned-on the drivers side-


Where are the other holes?
A 2" hole just above the master cyl vacuum assist-A 2½" hole 1ft below the steering shaft and 3" outboard-one forward of the glove box !!

The 1" foam filled holes at A/C vent level are the easiest for light wires to the Battery and relay pnls-the big ones are good for harness's and shielded wire cables-

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JIMBOX said:
:) One just like the one you've mentioned-on the drivers side-

A 2" hole just above the master cyl vacuum assist-A 2½" hole 1ft below the steering shaft and 3" outboard-one forward of the glove box !!

The 1" foam filled holes at A/C vent level are the easiest for light wires to the Battery and relay pnls-the big ones are good for harness's and shielded wire cables-

:rofl::rofl: JIMBO
Ive been wondering about that! Sadly i already drilled one for thicker wires:/
 
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