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Old 06-30-2013, 10:37 PM   #1
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hey guys I am putting some electric cutouts in my 05 mustang. I am wondering where the best place is to run the wires into the cabin of the car, I am going to get the car up tomorrow and look around but I wanted to have some ideas. Is there any room around the shifter or the firewall? thanks
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Up through the shifter and hidden away in the center console is perfect. After doing a MGW install on my car I'd say that's where I'd run the wires.
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Up through the shifter and hidden away in the center console is perfect. After doing a MGW install on my car I'd say that's where I'd run the wires.
Thanks for the info, I was hoping to be able to do it that way
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I'd try for the floorboard in the front. Already grommets for running wires. And it won't be in danger of catching the driveshaft and wrapping around
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I'd try for the floorboard in the front. Already grommets for running wires. And it won't be in danger of catching the driveshaft and wrapping around
+1, what I was going to suggest...
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