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    Default Stock firewall area pics?

    I am getting to the point where I need to start routing the harness, choke, speedo and whatever else along the firewall but I am not really sure where everything goes. Does anybody have a few pictures of these areas for a nice, stock truck? Examples of the areas I am interested in are shown in pics from my truck below.
    Thanks!





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    Here are a few to start with. I will dig up some more.




    Last edited by jeepdan; September 1st, 2021 at 10:23 AM.

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    Heater Temp/choke cable routing.


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    Wiring/ speedo cable detail.


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    If you have any questions, I can photograph any detail that you want.

    Your truck is coming along nicely.

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    Here are a couple pics I have from when I put the 230 back in mine years ago.



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    Thanks for more photos Dave.
    I find it interesting that your photos show the wire loom to the right engine side, is routed along the upper fire wall.

    I found mine routed inside of the cab. But, who knows how many hands had been in there before me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepdan View Post
    Thanks for more photos Dave.
    I find it interesting that your photos show the wire loom to the right engine side, is routed along the upper fire wall.

    I found mine routed inside of the cab. But, who knows how many hands had been in there before me.

    Yep with as many hands as mine had passed through who knows. Mine looks like it had the heater in it for a long time and I don't know if someone at some point was too lazy to fish all up there behind it. Looking at pics under the hood of my M725 looks like wire runs inside.
    Dave
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    Jeepdan, Beast -
    Thanks so much for posting these pics! The interior shots are very helpful too. I think that is enough to get me going.
    I am really surprised at how much bend is in the speedo cable. Perhaps that is why the break? I looked at how it threads into the Transfer case and i'm thinking I don't ever want to replace that thing.

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    As a follow-up question -

    I am installing the steering column, and where it meets the firewall, there is a foam rubber gasket. My gasket has an imprint from some piece that was on the upper half of the gasket (see dotted red area in picture below).
    What goes there?
    It seems like there is a piece of metal that slots in there. Otherwise, there is a hole in the firewall. I looked at the pedal brackets inside the cab and they don't seem to cover that up.
    Thanks for your help!


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