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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Jan 4th, 19, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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EFI Wiring - Hiding Wires

I've just finished installing the sniper EFI on my 69 camaro. Results have been excellent, and I've got all of the wiring loomed and covered, but the fuel pump relay and the main wiring harness are bulky and I'm trying to find a good solution for hiding them or cleaning them up.

Are there any aftermarket "boxes" that could be mounted above the heater core to hold the relay and harness? I'd love to hear or see what other guys have done to get creative on hiding or cleaning up wiring in their engine compartment. Thanks for help.
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Re: EFI Wiring - Hiding Wires

I don't have the Sniper but had the Terminator. My main harness wiring is up under the dash with the ECU,entering through the trans tunnel passenger foot area, so it was all behind the engine out of sight
Fuel relay is in the trunk with the battery.

The only wires you really see when you first look under the hood are the spark plug wires, then the engine harness loom as it comes out of the firewall behind the fuse box in black techflex loom.

I try for the no exposed wire look as much as possible.

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