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Running the wire for

I want to install some aftermarket fogs to the car, but i have know idea how to run the wire and mount a nice looking switch in the blank. How do you run the wire through the fire wall? Help
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Get something sharp, and poke a hole in it... run your wire through it..


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take off your battery first, it will give you easier access, and its easier to make the hole from the inside, just follow the wire cluster from under the drivers console and you'll see it...


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There is a grommet in the firewall on the drivers side, you can access it under the dash, it has a whole lot of wires running through it, you can use a metal coat hanger and run a wire through not hard at all
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