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Old December 14th, 2009, 05:56 PM
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rear harness for 300 Tdi 110

looking for a rear harness for a 300 Tdi 110. I know it's a long shot, but I thought I'd try.
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$125

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Old December 14th, 2009, 06:26 PM
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thanks Ron. But I talked to George just before you posted and he doesn't have the one I need in stock. More are coming, but they're going to be a lot more expensive.
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Sorry.

I tried. I am still waiting on my salisbury caliper brackets.
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http://www.autosparks.co.uk/index.php?cPath=59
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Old December 14th, 2009, 07:19 PM
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thanks for the link, Dave.
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Autosparks is great company and shipping is rather quick.

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Only thing is those look like the older style harnesses.
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Old December 15th, 2009, 04:36 PM
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Tom - you're following a path to madness if you are buying a rear harness without regard to what is in the front. Getting a matched pair is best, but failing that, figure out what connectors you need, order them (and the correct colored wire) from British Wiring Products in PA (or Autosparks depending on what you need) and make the harness up yourself. There are several vintages of harness...
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Personally, I am partial to bullet connectors. JimC likes the fancy ones that only work one way. Me, I like guess and check when I am wiring things up.
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Tom - you're following a path to madness if you are buying a rear harness without regard to what is in the front. Getting a matched pair is best, but failing that, figure out what connectors you need, order them (and the correct colored wire) from British Wiring Products in PA (or Autosparks depending on what you need) and make the harness up yourself. There are several vintages of harness...
I started on the path to madness when I bought a Land Rover. This is just one more step down the path.

I'm far too inept to make my own harness. Currently waiting on the correct one from George at RDS...
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Dude, a wiring harness consists of nothing more than a number of wires with connectors on each end. If you can get a Phd in molecuarcarbonorganicmicromacrobiology then you wire up some tail lights!
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Tom,

Did you talk to the autosparks people to see if they have the correct one?

Just wondering since they list diffrent ones for diffrent vin ranges and I plan on buying some stuff in the future.
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Don't forget wires are often different colors.
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Old December 15th, 2009, 08:26 PM
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Jim - remember, I don't have my degree just yet

Dave - no I didn't. I'll post up if I do though. Still exploring my options. .

Ron - I am red/green colorblind, so that could be a problem!

thanks guys. I'll keep you posted.
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