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Re: [VORTECcruisers] Wiring Harness

When I did my Vortec V8 conversion several years ago, I bought a Howell harness
for the big dollars.  However, if you have the knowledge to modify a stock
harness, then that is the way to go.  $150 for a stock harness is too much
money, though.  You should be able to get one for under $100, but it's your
wallet.  It's also better to get a harness that's matched to the year of your engine.
Edwin Gilbert - Alta Loma, CA  - TLCA #5659 - So. Cal. TLCA
1977 FJ40 - 5.7L Vortec - NV4500 - Split xfer case
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 10:24 AM
Subject: [VORTECcruisers] Wiring Harness

I've been lurking quit a while and tried searching the
archives.I did not get the engine wiring harness with
my 1998 Vortec V6. Am I better off modifying a factory
engine wiring harness I have found from a 1996 in
perfect condition for $150. Or should I use one of the
after market ones for $600+. Any of you guys have a
Back to lurk mode.

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