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Can anyone tell me where the loom comes into the car (From engine bay to cockpit if you know what I Mean).

Thanks.

Phil.

 

Phil,

 

If you're looking to pass a power lead through the bulkhead to power your ICE install then the easiest place is through a hole down low on the passenger's side of the car. If you look down towards the street slighly left of where the battery is located you'll see a round rubber grommet in the firewall with a small black tube sticking through it. This is for the A/C. You can get a wire through that hole and it will end up in the passenger footwell - you'll need to remove the top of the carpet and the wooden plank covering the ECU to get to the hole from inside the car.

 

Hope this is what you were after.

 

Good luck.

 

Dan

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Phil,

 

If you're looking to pass a power lead through the bulkhead to power your ICE install then the easiest place is through a hole down low on the passenger's side of the car. If you look down towards the street slighly left of where the battery is located you'll see a round rubber grommet in the firewall with a small black tube sticking through it. This is for the A/C. You can get a wire through that hole and it will end up in the passenger footwell - you'll need to remove the top of the carpet and the wooden plank covering the ECU to get to the hole from inside the car.

 

Hope this is what you were after.

 

Good luck.

 

Dan

 

 

Nice one, thanks. That's exactly what I'm looking for. :D

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