Thanks, Taylor. No way to do this job without a dash pull?
Taylor Hutt wrote:
> Bob Mann wrote:
> > After troubleshooting some electrical gremlins, I concluded after
> > discovery of bare/toasted/oxidized ignition primaries throughout the
> > bundle (with some cross-signalling) that new engine compartment and dash
> > harnesses are mandatory winter projects.
> > Can anyone on the list offer their experience of refitting the dash
> > harness? In particular, how difficult to refit, is it necessary to
> > remove dash, tips and tricks, etc.
> I've also got a 69 2000 Solex and have put in a new dash, starter and
> engine harness. It's
> a must to remove the dash to get at all the components. It can take
> several hours to remove the dash, so be prepared for the long haul when
> you begin this little subproject.
> Rallye had exactly the harnesses I needed, and at reasonable prices.
> When you begin shopping you'll need to know how many connectors are on
> some of the engine/starter harness-to-dash-harness connectors because
> Nissan changed quite often.
> If you've got any other questions, feel free to email me directly.
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