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Firestorm
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Firestorm Jul 27, 5:10pm - #233920 

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Firewall

What is the fire wall and where is it located, i heard thats the place you can run the wires through when you install neons to a battery
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GTStick Jul 27, 5:20pm - #233921 

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yeah it is, its behind the drivers side of the center dash near the gas pedal. Its keeps ur protected liek teh name states and allows things to pass through it.
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spaztikid Jul 27, 5:31pm - #233922 
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the firewall is the thing that seperates the engine bay and the cabin...

there's a grommit in it above and to the right of your gas pedal.
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AZZKIKR Jul 27, 6:01pm - #233923 

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if you want to run wires for the neon through the grommet I recommend poking a hole in the rubber grommet with the end of a wire coat hanger. That's what I did and I've had no problems. thumbsup
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bmw52786 Jul 27, 6:36pm - #233924 

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^^^ i used a screw driver and yes the firewall is the circular rubber piece right behind the gas pedal, it will help a lot if you have a friend or someone help you! thumbsup

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nebraskaGTS Jul 27, 8:53pm - #233925 

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the firewall is the actual piece that seperates the interior of the car from the engine bay as spatzkid said, it's not the rubber piece, that is the gromet thumbsup just thought i'd straighten things out
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bmw52786 Jul 27, 8:56pm - #233926 

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haha ya ya but you poke the hole with the screw driver through the rubber that closes the firewall... does that sound correct nebraskaGTS??? lol

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CaLiGTS Jul 27, 8:56pm - #233927 

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its actually a huge wall of fire! eek angry

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bmw52786 Jul 27, 8:59pm - #233928 

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Originally Posted by CaLiGTS

its actually a huge wall of fire! eek angry

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angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry angry

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nebraskaGTS
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nebraskaGTS Jul 27, 9:23pm - #233929 

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Originally Posted by bmw52786
haha ya ya but you poke the hole with the screw driver through the rubber that closes the firewall... does that sound correct nebraskaGTS??? lol


yep. the gromet (i wonder how you actually spell that word) is just a hole in the firewall, which you can run wires thru, neons, subs, whatever
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Satoshi Jul 28, 4:20am - #233930 
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