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Old 08-07-2005, 04:27 PM   #1
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Hiding wires is a PITA

These are wires from when I got in a hurry finishing the swap. I got the passenger side of the car done today, this means no more wires sitting on the passenger floorboard. This was the easy side, its just power wires and ignition wires. The other side is msd box, headlights, e-fan, and a couple of vacuum wires. I also have to weld some things to the inside of the fenderwell to get them out of the engine bay. I know the starter solenoid shouldn't get wet; I am working on designing some sort of shield for it because it has the potential to get soaked in that position. I don't plan on driving in the rain much, but better safe than sorry.

Moral of the story: take the time to do it the first time

I believe the term "organized chaos" is very fitting......



This is the driver side so far (AAAAAAAHHHHH!!!!!!!!)


I also decided to 'bag my truck while I had it apart. HAHAHAHA
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Re: Hiding wires is a PITA

Haha nice man
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looks like quite a job..good luck
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oiy, I wonder what the job would be like on my 01 stang!
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^ LOTS more wires, lol.
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:27 AM   #6
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oh yeah that def must have been fun....ill be doing the same come in th efall time though. should be so ever quite exciting like yours is now i bet mmmhms
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looks like loads of fun, Ill be doing that when my new motor goes in, but ill only have 1/3 of the wires im goin carbed lol

looks good so far, keep me posted. Stupid paypal wont transfer money over quick enough...gotta wait until friday hopefully to go get my 110v welder
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none of these wires have anything to do with the fuel injection, lol.
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I know that, im just sayin
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I just stick a big shaker hood scoop over top of it to hide things....
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