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Old 08-09-2007, 07:54 PM
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Where to feed the EGT cable?????

Have the Evo 2 and where do you guys feed the cable through?? do you use the firewall? somewhere else?? any help, thanks
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There are plenty of places on the fire wall. Just look for one of the rubber plugs. Poke a hole in it with a knife and then run the wire through it.
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The boot where the auto tranny cable is where I always run it to on my installs... Your right there at the manifold when your thru...
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If you have a 6 spd it will be a little tougher. There are still some holes in the firewall, but they are a little harder to get stuff through. I ended up making my own hole with a hole saw in my old truck since I had so much stuff running and no good holes.

If you have an auto, there is a large hole in the upper corner of the firewall on the driver's side.
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If you have an auto, look to the left of the steering pump on the firewall - you will see a rubber grommet about 1.5" tall and about .5" wide - shaped like a diamond. Poke a hold in the grommet, feed the cable through, then if you want use high-temp silicone to seal it back up.

You will need to peel back some carpet in the cab to find the cable you feed - it's best to poke a screwdriver through from the engine side, then locate the screwdriver from the cab to know where to take down the carpet.
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If you have a 6 spd it will be a little tougher. There are still some holes in the firewall, but they are a little harder to get stuff through. I ended up making my own hole with a hole saw in my old truck since I had so much stuff running and no good holes.

If you have an auto, there is a large hole in the upper corner of the firewall on the driver's side.
i made a hole under the master cyl/brake booster and i have all my wiring for my air horns amp etc through it
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