Where does one run wiring through the JK firewall. I could not find any openings. I read one thread mentioning for auto transmissions use the opening where the clutch but I have a man. transmission so that option is not available.
Is there another place I am missing or do I have to drill my own hole?
If you can't take a nano-second to press shift/period/etc. and make proper sentences and paragraphs, I don't know if I can take a few minutes to respond to your topics... It doesn't have to be perfect by any means, but a little effort goes a long way.
FWIW on either side of the dash, there is a removeable plate.
Remove the plate and push a screwdriver thru the foam into the engine compartment.
The right side comes out right by the battery.
Makes it easy to run and connect accessory wiring.
Hope this helps.
Hey guys, I took your advice and had no problem getting from the engine compartment and into the cabin on my 2012 Sport S by puncturing the yellow foam. Notice that the last picture is of the clutch master cylinder which in my case being a standard transmission jeep would not allow me to puncture through the rubber seal like you would be able to in an automatic model. My new driving lights work great and it took about 15 minutes to pull the three wire I needed to pass from one side of the firewall to the other. I had a two-conductor set for the switch going to the relay near the battery and power to the switch going from the inside of the vehicle where the switch is and on to my left side front parking light bulb. This way my driving lights can only go on when my parking or regular lights are on so I don't forget to turn them off.