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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Oct 19th, 09, 09:09 AM Thread Starter
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New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

The floor was replaced before I bought the car and I haven't wired anything in back yet.
Where do the wire(s) for the license plate light and fuel sender wires pass through to the tail light harness?
Is it supposed to be near the trunk release bracket and fuel neck hump, or in the floor?

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old Oct 19th, 09, 10:52 AM
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Re: New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

There is a hole under the latch support by the fuel neck. There should also be a rubber grommet in your wiring kit. Wire goes through the grommet, then in to the hole.

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Re: New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

Well, let's put it this way...... there USED to be a hole under the latch support by the fuel neck.
Thanks John. Looks like I'm drilling.

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Re: New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

You can see it behind the trunk brace in this pic, but I think you're gonna need closeups to locate. Let me see what I have...


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Re: New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

I see it great Eric. Thanks.

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Re: New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

More/better pics.

Fuel sending wire goes through the hole shown above (and below), then behind a clip welded to the hump.











License plate light runs though hole in trunk pan/tail pan/reinforcement seam:


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Re: New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

Beautiful.... you are the man.
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Re: New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

I know this is an old post, but thanks for the pics!...Search brought them up and it's exactly what I was looking for, as I'm preparing to install the tank, and had no idea where the sending unit wiring ran.

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Always glad to help!

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Re: New trunk floor... where do wires pass through?

Thank you!
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