Wiring loom
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Just made this new tail light wiring loom. The car came to me without one so I had to buy an old one to copy, reused the old globe holders and soldered everything together with new wires from the dash back[/font].
To my surprise everything worked straight offIdea


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#2
Congratulations!

Nothing like the feeling of success.

Thanks for sharing - it helps encourage others to give it a go as well.
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#3
Looks really really good. Very nice job!! Nothing better than recycling the old stuff. It's cheaper and better for the environment! Bravo
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#4
Thanks,
All I did was change out wires one at a time till there were no old wires left.
Going to try to clean up the engine bay wires next.
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#5
That's the way you do it. Looking forward to seeing your work on the engine bay next. When it comes to electrical work I have two left hands so I can respect what you have done. Keep it up.
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#6
Good work like that always gives a great result. Often better than factory - we have more time. Thumbup
                                   
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