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Old 10-14-2004, 14:53   #1 (permalink)
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Painless Wiring

Just wanted to know if anyone had used the painless wiring products to rewire there classic. As im considering rewiring my ute just wanted to see how painless it really is. Any help would be great.
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Old 10-14-2004, 15:28   #2 (permalink)
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I hav'nt used one my self but i read a step by step artical in street machine a few years back when they put one in a kingswood. I would call it not so painful as you still have to use parts of your old loom like dash light,gauge /switchs and connecters and solder them to the painless one. they also had to modify the fuse block to fit the stock position even though the loom was suposed to be the correct one for that model car.
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Old 10-14-2004, 16:57   #3 (permalink)
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No worries, that's kinda what I thought. The wiring is all over the place in the ute as it has had a lot of add ons over the years from the previous owner which he took out before selling it, so i figured it would probably be best to start fresh
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i'd do a search of some wreckers. maybe get an unmolested one from them.
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i'd do a search of some wreckers. maybe get an unmolested one from them.
I'd get the loom out of an XF and work out whether I could mount the XF column switches onto the XR column - if not, install the XF column as well, like I did on my ZC Fairlane

I have loads of info on using the XF loom if you are interested - it truly is a bolt in proposition.

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Wiper switch on the column
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Thanks tuffzc, will keep you posted once I finish the bodywork i'll work out which way im going to do the wiring.
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