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Old 14th May 2016, 11:08
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Anyone have pictures of the rear of the dash clocks to check the correct wiring colours and correct conections
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I'll check the one I just bought on Monday if no one helps you out before that ...

I hate wiring , really not my favourite thing ...when stripping down I try to reconnect as much as I can as I remove it and leave it all hanging down or sat in the footwells ..so I don't have to struggle through working it all out anymore than necessary ..
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I've always relied on the diagrams in the Haynes manual as on both Triumph donors i've had i found interesting modifications to the original loom that needed... fettling, but by-and-large the diagrams show exactly what needs to go where.

But as the son of an electrician i've never minded wiring. Although doing wiring to a standard that would have got fathers approval, now that's a different story
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