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Old 04-11-2004, 03:47   #1 (permalink)
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how hard is it to remove the wiring harness from an xf? has anyone done this before?
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Old 04-12-2004, 05:22   #2 (permalink)
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I would be a pain in the arse! But it could be done.

Any particular reason why you are doing this?

I just took the WHOLE dash out of my XD, which exposed the whole harness and made things quite accessible - would be similar to an XF minus a few extra mod cons. Putting it back together is the fun part!!!

Will you be removing the whole guts from the ignition & fuse box with all the accessory wire looms and all the wiring in the engine bay?
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Agree with TruBlu351. Removing the dash makes things heaps easier - can't see how you can get the whole loom ou without doing this - unless you are leaving the dash loom in place. The rest isn't too hard - just take it easy when bringing the wiring back though sills etc. If you are planning to put it back in, tie a drawstring (good strong stuff) to the ends of the wire to be pulled through - so you can tie the loom back on and pull it back when you are finished!
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to be honest mate its not that hard. i have an xe and have converted it to an xf ghia (panels, interior, wheels etc). Even the ghia dash wasn't hard just a matter of either remembering where all the plugs go or being able to read an electrical diagram. Give it a go it's pretty hard to stuff up.
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Re: Wiring Harness

i just removed all my dash pad and dash assembly so i can replace the heater core, heaps of fun that was, and while all that was out i decided to rip out the orig efi loom, come put pretty easy suprsingly
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