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Discussion in 'Performance Lighting' started by Str8UpPunkD, October 26, 2011.

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    1. Str8UpPunkD

      Str8UpPunkD New Member

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      I have 4 lights I'm installing on an extra rail I got off another 98 explorer like mine. I was wondering what the best way to run the wires is. Any suggestions?
       
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      wrong section post in the performance lighting page... welcome to the forum
       
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      There is a thread about this, I think its a sticky in the lighting section. There have been a few different ways, one is to just run them in through the driver side back door or the back hatch. You could drill a hole if you wanted but you'd have to worry about leaks that way. Good luck!
       
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      Or right inside the door seal to the fender
       
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      Thanks guys, I appreciate all of your help! Sorry for posting in the wrong place.
       
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