making sure the mounting holes for the stand-off plastic feet on the center console are open and available.
The area besides where the hand-brake lever goes, can use some scrap Luxury Liner Pro.
So---I glue some on!!
I need to leave some room at the top edge of the tranny tunnel to route thick, loomed wires.
Hmmmmm, there's some open cuts on the tranny tunnel and I have scraps. Being in that my addiction was out of my control, and I could not reach my sponsor by phone, I decided "just one more" could not hurt.
Slivers filled with available LLP scraps.
Taping up the tranny tunnel top with the vinyl electricians bundling tape.
Those wired I was talking about. The thicker loom is 6 channels of audio going to the back, on RCA cables. FR FL, RR, RL, SR, SL.
All buttoned up. Things fit pretty tight, but I am able to use every bolt intended by Nissan. In fact, this time around, I bolted ALL the screws and bolts up. I did not leave anything un-secured, as I might have, in the past.
Here's the remaining scraps, from 6 sheets of Luxury Liner Pro.
I notice, when trying to fit the dead pedal and other items around this area, the carpet padding that was removed is actually missed, by the accessories. So I look around to see if there's any more large scraps of LLP.
Then I remember these two, which i set aside. The first two cuts I made, out of one, complete sheet of LLP, which is my rear deck layment.
Now, with the driver's side completely finished and the gauges in, I need to finish the glove-box install. I pulled a couple of terminals out of the Knock Sensor device by accident and have to repair the termnals.
Only thing now is to install the used speakers I bought on Ebay, into the stock enclosures, and bolt them on each wheel well.
I have 6 channels of audio and a control wire and a 4-gauge battery wire ready to go.