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Old 04-08-2014, 04:43 PM   #1
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WIRE TUCK 2V

looking into doing a wire tuck on the mustang.
2v engine...
I have been reading up on it and seeing what people delete and or relocate.
has any one any experience with this?
I was thinking about getting a old wire harness from the junk yard and cutting the factory uhmm wire casings.. off and extending the wires so that I can re route them threw the fenders and in ways to hide as much of it as I can.
you must admit the 2v engine bay is cluttered with wires and hoses and a lot can be done to help this...
please post pics or tips and tricks
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There is a complete write up a guy on Facebook is selling, it's really good. I can get you his info. It's like $15 for it.
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selling lol
I will do some more searching before I pay someone to tell me how.
although I am sure he put a lot of work into doing it/ writing it up I am sure the info is out there somewhere...
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What you said is how its done. You get new looms, lots of wire and extend them one at a time so you can't cross anything. Then loom the extensions and run them through the inner fender. And I've seen some brilliant individuals doing it and posting progress pics using butt splices... plz solder/heatshrink lol.

I have not attempted it although I know I could do it. Looks like a total pain in the taint and a vanity thing more than a functional thing honestly.
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What you said is how its done. You get new looms, lots of wire and extend them one at a time so you can't cross anything. Then loom the extensions and run them through the inner fender. And I've seen some brilliant individuals doing it and posting progress pics using butt splices... plz solder/heatshrink lol.

I have not attempted it although I know I could do it. Looks like a total pain in the taint and a vanity thing more than a functional thing honestly.

During summer when I have nothing to do, I'm going to try to attempt the wire tuck, I'm not a pro at splicing but I've done some soldering and heat shrinking.
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