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02-21-2013 01:16 PM
jokerchief462 If one side is bad try looking at you local parts house and get both sides new rather than chasing the old one down. Do a soldered splice will last for ever and you can neatly tuck it back into the rest of the wire harness under the dash. On the plus side you can decide how much wire length you have for future access mine seem to be rather short.
02-21-2013 10:28 AM
caraudiochef
electrical pins needed

Hi all, does anyone know where i can get thr connectors (pins) that connect the indicator lights between the speedo and tac to the factory harness... Tia

Ian 87yj

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