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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-08-2001, 04:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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painless wiring

got to lookin at my project cj7 the other day and the wiring is junk how painless is the wiring harness that painless sells seems like it is worth the money just need to know how difficult it is to install

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Re: painless wiring

I put one into my 5. I had no problems. It took the better part of a weekend to remove all of the old and install the new. I am probably a little slow, rechecking everything 2-3 times.

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I'm right there with you...It took me about a weekend to install one in my CJ7. One thing to watch out for is get the part number of "10110" this is the one with the conectors on it already...it saved a lot of time...and is much more reliable than a job that I could have done...

I got mine from www.summit.com they have free shipping...and it only cost $349.95. Part number PRF-10110

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thanxs guys it sounds like the way to go and 4wd hardware has it for the same price now i just gotta get the wife to loosen up the purse strings so i can get it done when the snow melts

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I am installing the 10110 kit in my '81 CJ7 right now. It's taking me a little longer because I'm putting on a 'glass body. Also, I'm wiring up a custom dash with Autometer guages plus a chevy 350 under the hood. Most of the wiring is terminated with the proper connectors, and they supply extra connectors for the wires that are plain. Most of the harness is wrapped with plastic wiring loom. It also includes new bulbs for all of the guages and the side marker lights. I am impressed with the kit's quality and it is pretty complete. The kit comes in 3 major sections: engine bay wiring and bulkhead; tub wiring (all the guages, switches, lights, etc) with the fuse panel; and the taillight wiring. Overall it's pretty simple to install; you just have to take time to dress the wires once everything is hooked up.

I've also heard good things on the Centech harness, but I don't have any experience with it.

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