Re: Painless Wiring... How Painful is It?
I replaced the harness on my 77 cj, and everything went pretty well. I used painless, which seemed to be a good unit, although rather expensive. Especially since I dindn't need half the stuff that the wires went to on my old cj. There was a major problem though, I am sure it was just bad luck of the draw, inside the acutal fusebox they send you, they left out a jumper from the positive to the headlight harness. I spent many hours troubleshooting why the lights didn't work, reattaching grounds, tracing etc, when I finally pulled it open and discovered to empty slots in the fuse box itself and connected a jumper across them and everything worked out fine. I did find the taillight wiring a little tricky though and think i devised my own way of making everything work on that one!