Hi Josh . . .
Yes'sir, still planning on taking photos and following the advise. I just thought it wouldn't hurt to pick up a 'clean' harness just in case, to minimize the time its in the shop if the original harness ends up being no good. I won't be able to get the old harness out until it's done at the body shop this week. It's then being flat-bedded over to another shop to replace the front end, brakes, etc, in addition to electrical. (figure I'd let them take out the wires since rather than the autobody shop, since they'll be the ones working on it).
If the original one is safely usable, awesome. 1) I'd have a spare for the future and if someone else needs the unused good harness I buy, would just pass it on for what I paid or less
Originally Posted by rijosho
You still owe us photos and more insight into the issues in your other thread. As you'll recall, the consensus was buying another one may not be the best option.