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Still working on prepping the wiring.  Ran out of materials with just a  couple runs left to loom.





working on wiring in the car.






Soldering station. Ha ha 





Done for now.






Driver side mid bass wiring done and labeled.  The red wiring is for the interior LED's, i ran out of loom.  Ordered more and it will be here at the end of the week so i can finish all wiring prep.






Back up camera harness on the left.





Plus these.  I am really glad i took the time to do this should make the next step faster.


Boring stuff but progress none the less.






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Organizing wire to start running power on driver side and signal on passenger side.










I hope to get everything ran to the back seat today.  I will have to install the frame for the back seat to make sure wires are clear.  And figure out which way to go after the frame.  Still pretty boring stuff but one step closer to the interior going back in, plus i have the loom showing up at the end of the week to finish electrical runs.

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