Actually I liked the idea of a short extension harness. I never liked cutting
and splicing unless it was necessary.
But it does remind me of a joke thing they did in Car and Driver a bunch of
years ago. Picture of two guys working on a car, with word balloons drawn in.
Guy #1: "These bolts are too short."
Guy #2: "Use longer nuts."
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> Sent: Wednesday, October 09, 2002 11:07 AM
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> Subject: I'm a complete dumbass aka alternator wire extension
> To List,
> I must give myself credit, if I may, of the stupidist question to the list
> this year. I asked the list for advice on a connector to extend my
> alternator wiring harness. A couple of souls were brave enough to answer my
> lunacy by suggesting, nicely, that maybe I should just cut off the connector
> and splice in longer wire.
> I admit that I am a complete dumbass for not seeing this simple solution!!!
> What will I ask next, which ways do the tires go on?
> Embarassed and tail between my legs,
> 1970 2000 that doesn't deserve me!!
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