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They all sound like decent ideas.I was thinking about the wires I saw terminated to the light bulb socket a couple years ago and finding that size/color in the bottom access area but I don't see extra wires unless they are behind the circuit board. Then cutting them and running a continuity check from the wires through the light bulb. If I get to the wires and get continuity I can unscrew the bulb to see if I loose continuity. Or with the light bulb housing off and socket in hand, drill a pilot hole from the inside out only needing to go through the outside ss panel and fish the wires out if I can get enough lead.
I'm not sure how well you will be able to fish the wires, but if you could put an eyeball on them then that may work.
When I did a Gen 2 rewire all of the wires were underneath the foam insulation and had to basically be carved out. Without carving up the insulation it was pretty much impossible to pull the wiring loose or get any slack going.