Before starting the installation you have to find a suitable location for
the power block which measures approximately 6"Wx10"Lx3"H. You also need access
to the sides in case you have to pull a flasher or a relay. As a result the
options on a TR6 are rather limited. For me, it was between mounting it in the
top of the passenger foot well or on the opposite side under the hood. I felt
that under the hood made for a cleaner installation with easy access to all
components. The downside is that the power block needs to be protected from the
elements, though I don't recall this area ever getting wet in normal driving. In
these pictures you can see the mounting location as well as all the interior
wires being run through the cowl. The picture on the right also shows my
solution to protecting the unit.
I didn't want to "mess with the weather gods" so I built a Plexiglas
enclosure for the power block. I got a small sheet at Home Depot and cut it on
my radial arm saw and then assembled it using silicone adhesive.