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KA24DE wire tuck advice

Post  pepe123 on Thu Mar 10, 2011 1:51 pm

so im running my upper harness through my intake manifold and extending my injector wires,im going for just a mild tuck.im new to wire tucking so i was just wondering if any of u have any tips or experience,also i think this would help alot of ppl.
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Post  onevia drift on Fri Mar 11, 2011 6:10 pm

Wire tucks are nice and pretty and all but when you have any problem what-so-ever with wiring it is an absolutely a pain in the ass to diagnose where and/or what the problem is.

All i can say it that when you do the tuck be sure to do it right! Ive heard of ppl using crimp(butt) connectors for things suck as injectors and grounds to get them to go where they are wanted.

DONT DO THAT... Solder the connections legit. make sure the solder penetrated into and around the entire wire, shrink wrap them and tape em. The last thing you want is a pos. and a neg. touching or something grounding out.
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Post  pepe123 on Sat Mar 12, 2011 9:31 am

ya im making sure everything is solder correctly and loomed. im thinking im just guna extend the injector wires and dress up the other ones and that it. im just not sure what the best way to hide that big part of the harness that originally sits on top of the intake,in that plastic thig

im thinking of running it thru the intake,but under the intake might look alot better.
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Post  StryfeS13 on Sun Mar 13, 2011 4:08 pm

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Post  pepe123 on Sun Mar 13, 2011 4:49 pm

ya i seen those, nice stuff it looks worth the price,but right now my pockets are slim.
but damn it looks clean.
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