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Old 06-26-2014, 07:53 AM   #1
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SMI stay in play. Honda Fit

Just purchased a Stay In Play lightly used for $300. Couldn't pass that up. Anyone install this in the Honda Fit? Where in engine bay did you install the unit? Did you have to drill through fire wall for wires and vacuum hose or was there an existing hole? Manual 2013 Fit.
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Old 06-26-2014, 08:32 AM   #2
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I haven't used the stay in play, but i'm well versed in wiring.

Looks like there are only 6 wires that go through the firewall. 3 from the 4-pin trailer connector, and 2(power and ground?) from the control unit and 1 you tap from the brake light switch to the controller. Typically you can find a grommet that's already on the vehicle, and squeeze 6 wires through it, otherwise you can drill a 1/2" hole into your firewall and install your own grommet.
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