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    Thinking about purchasing wiring harness for engine and guages. Is this a difficult task? I just re-installed my pump and feel good about continueing on with other tasks. Any thoughts? I don't want to bite off to much if it is a complicated task.

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    I build mine and it was easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post
    Thinking about purchasing wiring harness for engine and guages. Is this a difficult task? I just re-installed my pump and feel good about continueing on with other tasks. Any thoughts? I don't want to bite off to much if it is a complicated task.

    Thanks
    It's not hard at all. Save your money and do it yourself, just make sure you use good wire, and the proper size.
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    Thanks. Going to order it today.

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    Alot of the kits have to be cut to fit your app. so it is better to buy wire and ends and make it from scrach! JMO! WT


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    go for it connect four
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    just draw it out all on paper first and make your own schematic. fine tip markers work well so you can match wire colors. follow those colors through the whole boat and any trouble shooting in the future will be easier. use no less than 16 gauge but 14 gauge is great. 12g is a good size for the bat+ and ground to run from front to back

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