Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Perth, western Australia
Remove your driver seat, the center console and the rear panel behind the seats and you'll find the access route to the rear of the car. Run the wires thru the center console up the back and into the rear engine bay by way of the hole in the firewall. It's easy to see as there are already wires running thru it. Put it back together and the wires are all hidden. Nothing too complicated. Use search function and you'll find some pictures to help you.
I have run wires this way in my car and it is a time consuming PITA. I ran ome wires under the sill on the left side. I lifted off the sill and the vertical panel in front of it. I then pushed a small draw wire from the small opening at the rear with a wire coat hanger this allowed me to pull cables under the sill and to the dash. They run from the engine bay over the side and down and forwards to where the black plastic side vent locks in at the front. I have enlarged the hole there to fit in more wires. I actually have left a SS draw wire under the sill permanently as I am always adding things. So now it is a 10 min job to run new stuff from the engine bay.
2009 Elise S,Rev 400 ,BOE black series short block, Ferrea Valves , MWR springs,PPE headers and decat,SSC Harness bar, PenskeDA,Shaved V2 steering arms ,FF engine damper. Saikou Michi catch cans, NGK wideband. Modded Toyota E153 gearbox ,60l Proalloy fuel tank , Aeromotive 320 fuel pump,Exedy clutch LSD , SSC ECU, CompositeWorx SP1 seats ,Larini muffler, Aussie-clamhinge.