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Old 05-10-17, 07:47 AM   #1
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Hi,
I have just retro fitted cruise control to my car at last. I have had to run an extra wire from the ECU to the brake switch and have struggled to get through the bulkhead. As a temporary measure I have had to run the wire through the door opening but obviously this is not ideal.
Does anybody know of an easy way through the bulkhead on the left side?

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Old 05-10-17, 07:50 AM   #2
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Maybe not on the left side but there should be a rubber grommet somewhere you can slip through. If not I guess just drill a hole. There should be somewhere with a gap to run the wires through. Like rigging up power for a subwoofer.
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I have found a rubber grommet type of thing alongside the steering column but it does not want to come out and I am reluctant to just drill a hole through it as it might not be just a grommet. On the same basis there seems to be very little space on the bulkhead that has not got anything fixed to it on the left side.
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Old 03-11-17, 05:29 PM   #4
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The bonnet release cable grommet can often be used
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Good idea, I will have a look tomorrow.
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I have finally completed the installation of my cruise control. I could not get the wire through the bulkhead with the bonnet release cable, however there is a small cone shaped grommet near the bonnet release cable in the recess just below the windscreen. I removed that and poked a screwdriver very gently through the hole until I heard it "pop" through the insulation behind I then poked a cable tie through the hole as I was afraid of shorting something with a metal tool or wire. The fuse box and BSI are located behind this area. I then fixed the wire to the cable tie and pulled it back through.
Reconnected it to the brake light switch and voila cruise control.
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