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Old 10-13-2012, 09:19 PM   #1
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Brake Buddy Classic in 1999 Jeep Cherokee

I just bought a Brake Buddy Classic for my 99 Cherokee. If any one has installed one in a Cherokee, where did you penetrate the firewall for the Break-a-Way cable?
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On the Brake Buddy there is a cable that has to be run from the front of the vehicle to the drivers side floor where the Brake Buddy sits for the break away brake function. The firewall is crowded and I was wondering where on the firewall Brake Buddy users had made the hole. i will probably do a battery direct power feed through the same hole.
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Old 10-15-2012, 05:16 PM   #4
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I just got a used BB that was on a '99 Cherokee. I didn't get the break away cable out yet because I wanted to see how the unit worked first. If you haven't found the answer in a few days, I'' let you know where this one was run when I remove it.
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John, what did you finally do for your break away cable in your Jeep?
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Haven't done it yet.
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