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360 Best side to run wiring from back of car

Discussion in '360/430' started by Rjoselaw, Mar 24, 2020.

  1. Rjoselaw

    Rjoselaw Karting

    Mar 10, 2019
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    Soutlake, Texas
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    Rajish Jose
    With the unfortunate worldwide crisis in progress, I found myself with some time to work on my 2002 360 spider. I installed a reverse camera but am curious about which side of the car I should run the wiring from the back to the head unit. I read somewhere there was a possible spot on the driver's side. Who has ran wiring and where is the best location to run through the firewall. Thanks in advance
     
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  3. one4torque

    one4torque Formula 3

    May 20, 2018
    2,009
    Houston
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    One4torque
    I just did this on my 01 modena.


    I chose the psgr side as this side has the rubber plug access to the compartment behind the psgr seat.

    I covered the camera wire w insulation as I ran behind the side wall insulation.
     
  4. Rjoselaw

    Rjoselaw Karting

    Mar 10, 2019
    94
    Soutlake, Texas
    Full Name:
    Rajish Jose
    Thank you! Out of curiosity, can you, if possible, where you ran the wiring down the passenger side in the engine compartment? For example, did you run it along with some other wiring that you found or against the body panel, etc.? When I look at, I see not easy way to run the wiring. Thanks again
     
  5. one4torque

    one4torque Formula 3

    May 20, 2018
    2,009
    Houston
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    One4torque
    I’ll do my best to describe from camera to the cabin:

    camera
    Run along rear frame to the psgr side

    Run along the psgr side eng frame above the fender well

    at eng oil cooler drop down inside wheel well tucker behind insulated panel
    This is where I installed heat sleeve

    now under car- run tucker behind factory header heat shield towards rubber access plug

    run through rubber access plug into psgr compartment

    I had inner fender well off
    Rear bumper cover off
    Under pan off for this.

    hope this opaque description helps
     

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