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  • 09-05-2009, 14:13
    great68
    Quote Originally Posted by Kustom Jim View Post
    Hi,

    there's a great feature in Aprils Custom Car by Steve Lang about how to rewire your car.

    Breaks it down and simplifies the whole issue with some kool tips. My fave is swapping male / female connectors directions around to avoid confusion/indicate what's live etc if ya ever take it to bits in the future. Oh, and watch out if you have a 100amp alternator too.


    All that is 1st year apprentice stuff that seems so normal to me, but you forget how non trained people may not even think about it. How about a tips section, but unlike many other sites only allow each point a short and sharp post ?
  • 09-05-2009, 13:00
    langy
    Thankyou Jim, Glad it helped you out.
  • 08-05-2009, 23:27
    Roadrunna
    Hi Jim,

    i'm moving this out of the Tech Features area as it's for articles posted on the site to be viewed online. Not everyone will have the mag hence having them online as a reference

    Cheers,

    Si
  • 25-04-2009, 09:40
    Kustom Jim

    Car rewiring

    Hi,

    there's a great feature in Aprils Custom Car by Steve Lang about how to rewire your car.

    Breaks it down and simplifies the whole issue with some kool tips. My fave is swapping male / female connectors directions around to avoid confusion/indicate what's live etc if ya ever take it to bits in the future. Oh, and watch out if you have a 100amp alternator too.

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