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Old 05-22-2006, 08:55 AM   #1
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hey all, i was doing some routine looking under the hood, and when i was pulling my plug wire off (autolights) it broke (it was my fault for pulling the wire and not the boot)... anyway i held on to my old wires and put it on to do the job for now. My question is, should i just change all 6, or should i keep it they way i have it until next time??
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Autolight professional with a lifetime warranty?

They might replace the set under warranty. If not, I'd replace that one for now and the full set with new when you have the funds.
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i dont think that it covers me breaking the wire... but i will defently take a look though
but, i was curious to know if there are any 8 or 9 mm wires for bonnevilles?
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but, i was curious to know if there are any 8 or 9 mm wires for bonnevilles?
yes but there is NO advantage of this, the insulationon the actuall wire is just bigger
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good to know... thanks
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