Wiring Harness

A wiring harness is one of the least-fun things to spend money on for your car are the things that you don't get to tangibly touch and feel.  However, wiring problems and quickly become the bane if your cars existence.   Over the course of 50 years or so, many times several backyard "mechanics" have patched and fixed many issues in a less-than-professional manner, which only makes diagnosis and repair even more difficult. In most cases, installing a new harness from headlights to tail lights is often the best option when you find yourself chasing many problems.  

 

  • 100% solution to wiring problems

  • Modern fusebox - no more glass case fuses

  • Add additional circuits for modern electronics if neeeded

  • Professional installation.  We take pride in our work, and it will show.  No cut corners.

  • All terminals are soldered and shrink wrapped - no crimp connectors

  • All looms ran in a safe and tidy manner.  No more evil spaghetti-monster.

 

See below for a sample of wiring harness installations we have done.

1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass - full wiring harness
69 Oldsmobile
69 Oldsmobile
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69 Oldsmobile wiring harness
69 Oldsmobile wiring harness
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Engine harness completed
Engine harness completed
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69 Cutlass
69 Cutlass
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1956 Ford F100 - full wiring harness
Spaghetti monster
Spaghetti monster
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New harness going in
New harness going in
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Engine harness complete
Engine harness complete
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56 F-100
56 F-100
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1977 Chevy K5 Blazer - full wiring harness and gauge repair
77 Blazer dash wiring
77 Blazer dash wiring
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Engine Harness installed
Engine Harness installed
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New Gauge printed circuit
New Gauge printed circuit
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Wiring harness installation
Wiring harness installation
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