Question about 1997 Chevrolet C1500
There will likely be no holes which aren't sealed from the elements. Most wiring looms which run through the firewall are shrouded in a rubber boot, which prevents water ingress to the passenger compartment. If you need to run one or two wires through to the inside of the car, then I suggest taping those wires together, and to a stipp piece of steel rod, or screwdriver. Then using a sharp craft knife, slightly piercing one of those rubber firewall bungs/boots and then force your wiring through. Do be careful not to slice or damage any existing wiring though.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pick up a chilton book from chapters indago and check the diagrams they might be similar but i believe the wiring is a lot different '
it is likely you will need both manules
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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