Thanks for the heads up. I was toying with the idea of rushing things and not put a primer on, but with this point, I will go the with the primer first!Don't apply the raptor directly to the bare metal. Put some epoxy primer first. Direct raptor rusts HORRIBLY underneath.
I had done this previously, but here is a picture of the under seat heater removed. I plugged the hole through the floorboard with some sheet metal and glued it in when I did the sunroof. I also used a piece of foam about the height of the heater unit and added some carpet over it. I am sure that it will not be needed to keep the back warm any more, and it cleans up the coolant lines coming from the engine.
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If you're referring to the "Purple" and "White" wires in the photo, those are most likely for tweaters that are usually installed in the plastic triangular trim piece that covers the mirror hardware.For some reason I thought my company had MLK day off, but it looks like I am in the office, so might as well post an update. I separated the door wiring harness into the parts I needed. Two speaker wires, 2 door light wires, and 2 mystery wires that I still need to research, I cut the ends and kept them somewhat accessible behind the door trim in case I need to get to them for some reason in the future. They are probably for the door locks or something, but I just wanted to keep them handy since they were attached to 1 of the 2 total wire connectors I was keeping (I got rid of the blue connectors that appeared mostly for the power windows).
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