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Old June 6th, 2011, 10:22 AM
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Wiring.

So, has anyone found a source for getting all the coded wire that is used in a British standard wiring harness?

I'm also interested in any old damaged harnesses that people chose not to re-use. What I'm finding is that with things like LHD conversion and some wire-routing changes is that some of the wiring needs to be extended and keeping with the stock colour codes is obviously ideal.

In the same vein, I'm more than happy to share other scrap wire pieces, connectors, etc with anyone else who is doing a repair and needs a particular coding. I can also do wiring for people here, my least favourite task but something I seem to be adept at when I take my time.
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Old June 6th, 2011, 10:29 AM
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Old June 6th, 2011, 10:34 AM
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Excellent thanks, I knew about Autosparks and a couple kit car supply places but British Wiring seems a lot more flexible on doing short lengths. I'm still exploring the idea of doing from scratch replacement harnesses using more modern connectors and with all the common 'fixes' already in place. The Littlefuse computer controlled harness system also looks really sweet and simple to install but both outside my general budget and I do like the simplicity of using a low-draw harness that'll keep running the vehicle with only a 9V battery connected to the stop solenoid (200TDI).
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