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BBonin
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BBonin Jan 4, 3:50am - #364587 
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1990 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Dec 2004
Posts: 8
ohio
Sub wires

i got a question about running the power wire. i have a 90 celica and for now i have it running through the wheel well. can someone tell me a better place to run it and maybe how if you could
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sakara
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sakara Jan 4, 4:36am - #364588 

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1990 Toyota Alltrac

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pa
for a sub??? run it up the trim on ur door... you can unscrew it partially so there is a lip, and slide the wire in there... then run it down through ur door and into ur engine bay... I'll have to try to find a pic... it's easier to show then to explain, lol...

90 all trac 98k miles... *To be resurrected...*
Gives new meaning to "It looks fast"...It IS fast
'90 rolla "Lunchbox on wheels" 167k strong!
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Tommy91GT
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Tommy91GT Jan 5, 4:00pm - #364589 
1991 Pearl Red Toyota Celica GT
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1991 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Jan 2004
Posts: 64
Tennessee
there is a grommet behind the brake pedal you can remove to run the cable into the drivers compartment. It hard as hell to see because its covered. I run mine directly thru the rear wall on the d/s. Once again you have to be a contortionist to get down there to drill the hole. I used a dremel with hand extention to do mine. Made it a whole helluva lot easier.
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white5thgen
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white5thgen Jan 25, 8:39am - #449821 

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1990 toyota celica st

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Posts: 6
Florence, Alabama
right where the speedo cable goes thru the firewall
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