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Old 04-19-2010, 08:12 AM
Da Hare Da Hare is offline
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DICE, 04 325 Cic Cable help needed?

Can someone point me to a thread on how to pass the cable from the trunk through the bulkhead into the passenger compartment. I did a search and found pics for glove box install and cars with pass through. Nothing on how to pass the cable in a convertible. I was able to remove the upper part of the seat bottom and part of the seat back. It is a little early on the left coast to call. Thought they would like a cup of coffee first.
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John
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Old 04-19-2010, 10:20 AM
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Never mind. Found a hole that led to another hole. A fishtape and some rope was all I needed.

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