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Old 07-15-2016, 09:53 AM   #1
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ReadyStop Breakaway install on CRV

I have a 2014 Honda CRV. Trying to figure where to run the cable and mount the lttle red box for the ReadyStop Break-Away? Any help would be appreciated.
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On our 2014 CR-V I have it mounted on the outside of the frame rail, on the drivers side, in front of the wheel. The inner fender liner just covers it up. The cable then runs along the frame back to the fire wall and enters the fire wall about 1.0" - 1.5" off the frame rail. It exits in the front just to the left of the safety cable attachment point.

My brake cable exits my license plate, dead center 1" from the bottom of the plate .
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Than you Cover Dog. That is where I will start looking. Man the newer cars are nothing like the old 50, 60, 70's cars I used to wrench on, everyting is tight hidden and covered.
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