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Installing new wire harness for series 2a

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Alaskan

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I'm re doing all the wiring and installing a new wire harness in my series 2a. Looking for some help from the club. Looking for a detailed video on how to  or  more detail than an electrical map.  My 1967 wires are very faded, so its hard to match up the new ones. Any suggestions?



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I'm re doing all the wiring and installing a new wire harness in my series 2a. Looking for some help from the club. Looking for a detailed video on how to or more detail than an electrical map. My 1967 wires are very faded, so its hard to match up the new ones. Any suggestions?

I'm not very advanced in wiring and no experience with the series models but wondering if it's easier to do a rewire kit? Anybody selling those? I know they make them for other makes.

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I'm not very advanced in wiring and no experience with the series models but wondering if it's easier to do a rewire kit? Anybody selling those? I know they make them for other makes.

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I'd agree with Greg - if there's a harness kit out there (I've not looked) it would be WORLDS easier and faster than building your own!  

 

If you're not worried about originality there are generic 'hot rod' wiring kits that might be an option as well from places like Painless.


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