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Where to source a new wiring harness?

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Re: Where to source a new wiring harness?

Post  haroldk on Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:22 am

When I did mine, there wasn't a single wire I didn't have to adjust for length, so I wouldn't have been any better off getting a new harness. My application probably doesn't have as many wires as yours will, but I'd take the time to take a look at what you have and what you need before just laying out cash for a new harness.

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Re: Where to source a new wiring harness?

Post  Rich L. on Thu Feb 20, 2014 10:06 am

I used a Painless harness and was very happy with it. The book that came with it was very detailed and helped me a bunch as wiring was the scariest part of the conversion for me. The only wires I had to extend were to the VSS.

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Re: Where to source a new wiring harness?

Post  87-944S on Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:51 pm

I've bought a few painless relay setups, that I was very happy with, that are in my project car. For my harness, I did what Spence said, spent a few hours stripping out all the GTO body module pieces, mine was a standard tranny setup, so a few sensor wires needed to be removed as well. It works, and was not hard to do. If I didn't have the harness to modify, or the patience and skill to, I go with the full Painless harness.

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