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Does anyone have an image.. or can describe to me where I can pass wires though the firewall at?? Thanks in advance.
 

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i just read the answer to your post in another thread in the audio, electrical, and security forum just a few minutes ago... you need to look for where the ecu wiring harness goes through (there should be a rubber grommet)... on my car under the hood it is behind and just to the left (towards the center of the car) of the battery...

hope this helps!!!

peace
 

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Using the instruction for installing the Toyota VIP RS3200 Toyota alarm,we can use the wire-routing method described for running #4AWG or #8AWG wire for an aftermarket audio setup......this works slick as hell and no drilling is required!

Here is what you need to do:

* FOLLOW STEP #2 AND STEP #3 ON THIS PAGE:



Now that you have the outside and inside access to the grommet,

* THEN FOLLOW STEP #3 AND #5 (fig B3) ON THIS PAGE:



Your wires WILL fit in the little hole that is created when you cut off that little nipple from the grommet!

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I pulled them though somewhere else...I pulled them like 3 inches above the gas petal
 

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Here ya go



After I ran the wire through I covered it with a plastic hose cover to protect the wire from heat.
It's much easyer to start from inside the car and run runwire to battery
 

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Easier to just run wires up side of the dash by the A pillar and tuck them through where the fender meets the windshield. Then run them under the bottom windshield plastic into the engine bay.
 

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i have a 0/1 guage, and it DOES NOT fit with the ECU wires

i just ran it under the car, tucked it under the wheelwell and brought her through the crease right before the door
 
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