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Question adding accessories

I have a 2001 Scenic 1600 auto and have added extra driving lights, my problem is how to get wiring to the switch in the cabin from the engine bay, has anyone had the same problem?if so where do you poke the wiring through?
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Re: adding accessories

I've only ever wired driving lamps to the main beams....this takes away the need to run wires through the bulkhead
(powered through a relay switched by the main beam live)

If you want to go down that route though, then I guess the bonnet release cable grommet would be as good a place to look as any

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