how to get wire harness through the fire wall of 2001 blazer


Asked by Nov 27, 2016 at 08:30 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LS 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

removing the body of a 2001 blazer to install a 1949 jeep body need to save the wire harness, do I need to cut it off

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No, there should be a large bulkhead connector on the driver's side firewall that's held together with a but and bolt. Remove the but and the bulkhead connector can be unplugged. HTH. -Jim


I see the boot, will check into it in the morning, thanks for the help Jim

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You're welcome. Glad to help. -Jim


Jim that boot just plugs the hole, solid 2 inch wire bundle goes straight through.

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Hmmmmmmm, not like the older models? There should be a way to unplug it and separate the connector. -Jim


Keep the boot and use it to seal the hole in the Jeep. If the hole is big enough in the Chevy the whole thing could fit through without a plug but I would think there is a plug.

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Inside the fire wall the wire bundles branch off in all directions and are as stiff as a steel cable, goning to dump this motor and trans. and find a prefeulinjected engine that I can do something with, sic of all the wires


No connection at the fire wall, I cut a large hole in the firewall but with out cutting off all the tape and loosening the wires no way of getting them out, thanks for trying guys

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