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2004 Toyota Hiace, how to wire through the door boot?

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Hi, I have a 2004 Hiace (Old Shape) and I'm trying to find a way to wire some speakers through the rubber door boot, but can't seem to find where the entry for that is. Is there anybody on here with the knowledge on how to do this? Do I need to take off the headlights to get to it? 


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I'm not sure about any Hiace specialists here. Unless you're asking a general question about running wires? 

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I reckon. Maybe there's an alternate tidy way to do it? I just can't find a way into the rubber boot to do it the regular way in this van. trying to avoid having to pay someone to do it.  I'll take some photos when it's light out. Thanks for your reply .

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Doesn't it look like the boot goes to a penetration through the side/pillar that is below floor level? Maybe poke a bit of coathanger through it from the door end of it and listen for scratching noises.

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Went and had a chat to the guys at Streetsoundz today. For anyone who want's to know, the trick to accessing this is taking off the front indicator lights. Apparently access is easily seen once that's done. 

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