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    time for a rewire using Rebelwire

    Thought it was about time to rewire the old girl as she is using a tired old capri loom, So I was thinking about purchasing one of the rebel wire looms.
    Has anybody used one if so are they easy to fit, also are they compatible with any engine.

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    Most wiring kits are pretty much the same and universal fit. Even a novice could wire a car using these kits as wires are marked and instructions are simplified.

    I'm about to use a Haywire kit from Miles @ Jack Hammer (01252 377403) but have used other kits in the past.

    Personally I wouldn't use a rebel kit but it's your choice!

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    Used a Rebel loom on my 32, very easy to use and good instructions with them, cheap aswell

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatos*******os View Post
    Thought it was about time to rewire the old girl as she is using a tired old capri loom, So I was thinking about purchasing one of the rebel wire looms.
    Has anybody used one if so are they easy to fit, also are they compatible with any engine.
    Had good results with premier wiring kits

    www.premierwiring.co.uk

    If you buy one of the Sierra based ones, the wiring colours should match up with your existing Capri loom. Which will make fitting it easier!

    Nick

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