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Ok, so continued from Part 1.

So we were trying to hide the wire behind the dash.
Remove the lower dash by tugging.
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With the lower dash a bit out of the way you can remove these screws. Watch the wiring that's attached, you'll need to unhook and rehook when putting the trim back.
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Here's the panel off, you can see my dash cam wire snaking down the metal part and it tucks nicely into that groove to get on the inside of the dash.
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I found that this metal cradle was perfect for storing my extra wires. So I zip tied them to it.
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Under the dash, by the fuse box, there's also a little lip that can store the voltage monitor. You can even use double sided tape to keep it there more securely.

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Also, here's where I tapped into ground. The other two wires are fuse tapped, see my post here for that.
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Now put all the trim back and it'll look perfect.

So that's it's, the wire should be completely hidden along the driver's side of the car. I also have a rear cam which I routed along the passenger side, under the mats and under the cargo trim, but that's another post.
 

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Excellent detail!

While my dashcam is not hardwired, I simply used a trim tool to prize open the trims to hide the cabling into.

Either way, people will find whatever works best for them.

Appreciate you sharing this, regardless. Thank you! 👌
 
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