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Routing wires from engine area into cabin?

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I'm going to install a laser diffuser system that requires a couple of wires to be passed from the engine compartment into the cabin for a dashboard-mounted switch unit.

How is the best way to pass the wires into the cabin? Is there a sealed access hole through the firewall?

Thanks in advance...

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There is a rubber grommet on the passenger side under the rear window-firewall area. This is used to pass the PSE wires thru by Porsche. You have to remove the rear deck carpet/padding and the rear trim under the window.Not to worry, it all snaps back into place. You can use the service manuals or even the PSE TSB for more detailed instructions.

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Thanks for the info, dj996. I realized I forgot to ask about passing wires from the trunk into the cabin as well. I have to mount the laser units inside the front grill openings. Is it an easy matter to route those wires into the cabin?



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Remove the battery clamp and slide the battery over to the passenger side. Behind the battery you will see a large rubber plug. Stick an ice pick in the middle of the plug. Then from inside the car look above the gas pedal. That is how we run the cd changer cable. Jeff

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