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Led light wire routing

Ok so today i bought a light bar, rock lights and 2 small 7" light bars for side lights, I know where I am mounthing everything but I was looking at the firewall for possible locations to enter cab but dont see anything big enough or enough locations to put 3 sets of wires to enter cab for the switches. I do not want to use a Spod, cant justify the cost just for switches. Where are you guys running your wires thru to cab and mounting?

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Look under the hood, driver side. On the firewall you should see a round, soft, rubber plug. It's about 1 1/4" and already scored. That's where I route wires.
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Passenger or driver side, look for a foam oval up under the side cowl covers, shove a coat hanger or fish tape through the foam and you'll see it come through behind the plastic wing panels on either side of the dash.

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Passenger or driver side, look for a foam oval up under the side cowl covers, shove a coat hanger or fish tape through the foam and you'll see it come through behind the plastic wing panels on either side of the dash.
Haha I have both of those sides stuff with wires my metal coat hanger never fails me !
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What those guys said, pull off one of the plastic side panels of the dash and it is easier to see.

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