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Speaker wire into driver side front door

I'm running new speaker wire into the doors and have the wire through the boot but can't get it into the cabin itself. Anyone know a trick of getting it into the cabin? Not sure if there is an opening I'm missing or something.

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Re: Speaker wire into driver side front door

So you pass the wire through the white plastic molex plug. There are little slots in it. To get it from the molex plug into the cabin I used one of these:

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...r-Grabber.html

I highly recommend one of those. Makes fishing wires extremely easy.
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Re: Speaker wire into driver side front door

I got through the molex, on the inside, there is a rubber panel that goes around the wire harness that runs into the door. I wedged my hand between the emergency brake and the panel and found a small hole where I was able to get them through. 2 pairs of 14awg, fun times. LOL
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