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post #3 of (permalink) Old 02-27-2002, 10:01 AM
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Re: Painless Wiring...

I just put in a Centech kit from 4WD into my 80 CJ-7 because I had lost my tail lights, turn signals, back up lights, and my fan due to bad insulation. I got the kit that was preterminated except for the tail lights which you had to install a YJ style plug to the lights pig tail and a couple of other splices. The kit was easy to install but it did take me 15 hours to get it all up and working.

My kit has a open in the guage cluster curcuit which according to Centech is a pin not seated in a connector which I haven't located yet so I used a spare connection on the fuse board to run a jumper which has the guages working. I'll check the connector when it gets a little warmer around here. There are several spare fuse connectors to add additional curcuits for what ever you care to run.

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