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    ways to run wires into glovebox on fzr

    looking for some ways to run wires into the glovebox for tach,boost guage etc..on my sho i went threw the reverse boot


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    Quote Originally Posted by wave15stx View Post
    looking for some ways to run wires into the glovebox for tach,boost guage etc..on my sho i went threw the reverse boot
    My tach wire runs up through the reverse boot like you did. Although I did cut a small slit into the boot so the wire wouldnt get smashed.

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    There is a wire boot on left side, you can get to it if you take the side panel off(where the air inlets are). I drilled a small hole in back of glove box and ran them thru. This is on a SHO should not be a whole lot different on the FZR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gashog301 View Post
    There is a wire boot on left side, you can get to it if you take the side panel off(where the air inlets are). I drilled a small hole in back of glove box and ran them thru. This is on a SHO should not be a whole lot different on the FZR.

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