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Car Computer Install: Installing Peripherals

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by , 09-20-2011 at 04:03 PM (14007 Views)

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Sean Clark shows us how to run the various cables for each peripheral. Get creative. Wires can be run in more places than you think. Remember to be careful when you're prying against plastic interior panels and use a cloth to protect them. Zip ties work wonders to attach components behind your dash. Make sure to allow enough space for HVAC vents when zip tying your items in tight spaces. Purchasing a wiring harness for your vehicle eliminates the need to splice factory wiring. One can easily tap into each speaker channel and feed to your aftermarket amplifier with a vehicle specific harness.

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I agree.... He needs to put a grommet on there. I recommend the one I use, and you guys probably sell. Also its not a big deal where he ran the cable, because remember the big plastic/rubber flap in the wheel well is going to cover it OBD2
That's a nice car.Most of features are available in this car which is very important for car maintenance.
Yeah I understand that's why I said I have no experience with that particular car. I just would of had a hard time doing that on my own car lol.