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    hole in firewall

    does anyone know where to drill a hole through my firewall, or is there a spare grommet. ive got an astra mk4

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    What year and engine size is you mk4 mate?
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    2002, 1.8 sri. cheers mate

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    You will have a spare grommet on the drivers side that can been seen best from the inside when you remove the cubby hole that covers the fuse box

    There's a sticky at the top of this forum with pictures showing where to find it
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    cheers mate thats helped alot

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    anyone know where one would be in a 2.0 coupe turbo? thought i'd ask since im going to be installing amps/subs soon.

    cheers

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    Exactly the same as above

    Its the hole the throttle cable would go through if the car had one
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    hi autosparks i cant find the pictures, can u tell me where they are please. cheers mate

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    It's in the FAQ at the top of this forum

    http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/showthread.php?t=970
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