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Pic #1, inside red circle, what is this grommet/cap ? Is on the driver's side, does not goes through. Is close to the brake master cylinder bracket.

Pic #2, in yellow circle, what is this tube? Is on the passenger's side . I t was laying in the grommet/cap area in pic #3.

Pic #3, inside red circle,what is this grommet/cap? It does goes through. The tube from pic#2 , surrounded in yellow was laying in the grommet/cap area.

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Pic #4, a broader view of where the driver side grommet/cap is located. Put my finger through the hole but it does no goes trough.

Pic #5, a broader view of the passenger side. The red arrow shows where the tube either goes in or comes out. Th yellow arrow shows the grommet/cap. Put my finger inside and it goes all the way through.

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Thanks.

Do you happen to know what is the tube for?

I see no signs there has been water in the area.

No idea, does not appear factory and the only tubing in that area would be the battery vent, but that goes downward behind the battery.

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OK. Thanks once again.

As there appears to be a lot of aftermarket audio wiring around there, are you sure someone didn't simply move the battery vent line over to where the AC line goes into the fender when they installed the audio hardware?

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Yes in regards to the audio cables but I did not move the battery drain. In actuality I have an Optima batter that does not have a drain tube. But it MAY have been the old battery drain but when I replaced the old battery don't recall where the drain tube went so, your logic makes sense.

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