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SVOboy 08-02-2006 11:58 AM

Some wire tuck advice please?
 
For moving stuff under the dash on the passenger side, do I just chop it right off and run the wires or is there some less brutal way to do it?

Gary Palmer 08-02-2006 12:45 PM

Chop? What are you going to move? From what I've seen, on Honda's, their is a connector, on every wire or set of wire's and if you can find them, you just need to unplug or plug them in. When I added a/c to the 87, I cut wire's, taking it out of the junker. Putting it back in, I found every wire I cut had a connector that I could have just unplugged.

krousdb 08-02-2006 02:04 PM

Ben,
You should really take the time to splain yourself better when asking questions.

SVOboy 08-02-2006 03:00 PM

Dan,

Anyone who's had first hand experience with a wire tuck, which is what I'm asking for, will know what it is, so that's why I didn't explain, cuz it would be redundant to those I need answers for.

But anyway, a wire tuck is just hiding all the wiring in the engine bay. Currently I'm asking if I need to cut the wires to move the passenger strut mount plug and fuse box inside, because they won't fit through any holes in the firewall.

GasSavers_DaX 08-02-2006 05:26 PM

You probably need to de-pin / re-pin. Just do it one "plug" at a time and draw a diagram.

SVOboy 08-02-2006 05:30 PM

That's so much better than cutting, piece of crap that I am thinking of cutting...


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