Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Maple Ridge, BC
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I ran the sPod harness through the driver's side firewall, but for the heavy-gauge shit, (radios, inverter, etc,) I pulled the battery tray out, and ran wires through the main harness gasket on the passenger side. If you plan for the future, It's a better location imho - more watertight, closer to the battery, and easier access from the cabin side.
it takes a couple hours just to de & re the whole battery tray though, so plan for your future upgrades first, and run all your wires at once. besides, you don't want to strip & retape your harness gasket too many times either.
to get through the driver's side, straighten out a wire coathanger, and push it down through the firewall hole. in the cabin, pull the dahboard side-plate, and watch for the coathanger. pass it out through the side panel, attach your wires, and pull the coathanger back through the firewall into the engine bay.