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Does anyone know a place that is good at electical and does wiring nicely like the pix in this link below. My engine does not look safe, i fear the wires touching stuff on the engine might get to hot and start to have problems. If anyone can recommend a place near Antioch California, not to far, that can do wiring like the pix below please let me know. I would really like to feel safe about driving my car. At the moment i just had my high beam and low beam button replaced and the wiring behind my guages and some on the engine and it cost me almost $700.00 and it don't look anything like this.



This is my engine below and it don't feel safe, wires are everywhere.


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Re: Engine wires done right ?

Are you just talking about the spark plug wires? try summit racing and choose a set of looms or holder you like.

Heck, I live in Livermore, have a brother in law in Brentwood. And would be willing to do whatever electrical work you want in either place.
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Are you just talking about the spark plug wires? try summit racing and choose a set of looms or holder you like.

Heck, I live in Livermore, have a brother in law in Brentwood. And would be willing to do whatever electrical work you want in either place.
Wow in Brentwood ! That is like 10 or 15 minutes away ! Dude if ok with you i would really appreciate it if he was available to do the sparkplug wires and other electrical wires so they don't touch the manifold and the valve covers. I have a feeling they might melt or something. Let me know, i would gladly appreciate it, if they have the time.


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Re: Engine wires done right ?

Well, I was just out there last Sunday (helping him with his 260z he just bought) and probably will be out there again on the 6th, to get it all the way running.

But, I would be more that willing to help, just be sure to get a set of wire looms for your spark plug wires.
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Well, I was just out there last Sunday (helping him with his 260z he just bought) and probably will be out there again on the 6th, to get it all the way running.

But, I would be more that willing to help, just be sure to get a set of wire looms for your spark plug wires.
I'll look into the wire looms and if possible you can check to see if my other electrical wires are safe. Right on dude.


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yup, we can check it all out.
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