Re: [DML] Wiring in some extra juice
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Re: [DML] Wiring in some extra juice

Not sure, I'll have to look - it's been awhile since I was in there.

If I recall correctly, the top of my battery compartment does have a
plastic panel. I know there is a ceiling in there. However, I don't
think it was part of a big molded box, and there was space to get
around it. There wasn't a hole that I can recall, but rather the panel
wasn't completely sealed in - like it wasn't quite big enough.

I believe I slipped the wire through the upper right front (when
facing the fuse box - top of the battery compartment, toward the
driver's side and front of the car). I remember there was room to get
my fingers through there. When I dug around the bundle of wires to the
right (driver's side) of the fusebox I could touch my fingers coming
up through the battery compartment.


On 9/27/05, Greg Zapf <x86Daddy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Wow... I think we've found another vehicle difference:  Mine has a
> plastic panel as the ceiling of the battery compartment.  I've
> uploaded a photo to the Yahoo group (last photo in main folder:
> "#2894's battery box ceiling").  Here's an attempt at a link:
> That green stuff seems to be an epoxy of some sort.  So, does your D
> have a plastic panel with a hole in it, or no plastic panel, or what?
> --Greg
> #2894

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