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Old 06-06-2004, 03:15 PM   #11
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***^, you toasted that one, huh? What fried it? Front exhaust manifold?

Good luck at the wrecker, and consider wrapping the harness in hi-temp tape or good wire loom. (Available at Napa of course )

Keep us posted. I'll be on and off all day.

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i am watchin that 2 and i have the wire loom from napa of course but the intake overheating caused it to melt
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If the connectors are fine I would splice out the individual wires (16 gauge) seal the splices with tape and wrap in loom when your done. I would think you could get lucky at the junk yard but in the same amount of time searching you could repair the harness?
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i try that
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If it is only sections that are melted and the connectors have enough good wire on them to splice safely then I would splice/solder the wires and use heat shrink for sure, and then make sure it stays away from hot surfaces, hehe.


BUT if you can get the harness from a wrecker then go for that. I can only imagine what a dealer would charge you for that.
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dealer cost 455 my cost at napa 250 me repairing it in working order pricesless there r things money can buy for everything else kenn cant afford theres butt connectors, heat shrink and electrical tape
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I think the splicing and wrapping idea is best. Save your money for beer.
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i bet paul
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dealer cost 455 my cost at napa 250 me repairing it in working order pricesless there r things money can buy for everything else kenn cant afford theres butt connectors, heat shrink and electrical tape
Very well put Kennginn......even $250 seems large
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