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Old December 15th, 2003, 12:26 PM
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Troy Smith
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ARB M002 Heavy Duty Wiring Loom

I am thinking of purchasing this loom for my truck. Thoughts anyone? I have been browsing the install instructions and I have a few questions?

1. Do the "A" and "B" plugs need to be plug together on D90's as with some Toyotas?
2. What is the "Y" connector for?
3. In reading the instructions, it sounds as thought only one plug from the origianl loom gets pluged into this new loom. Is that correct?

I am not running any special bulbs. I am using standard Silverstar bulbs in Polycarbonite Trucklite Free Form Lenses. Thinking of using this loom because I have read many stories about the factory switch melting out even with standard bulbs.


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