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22-01-2019, 21:49   #121
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For some stupid stupid reason i decided i wasnt happy with the wiring as the loom was too long in places and the fuse boxes were too messy for me so ive spent a good while at it now and am happy enough where it is now.

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I have the rear lights working also

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I also got the fuel pump mounted in the fuel tank

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Is this normal looking for an mx5 fuel sender seems a bit weird to have bare wires in the fuel tank

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So after all the wiring and chopping and replacement of the fuse boxes it still runs so i am quite happy with that
I also have all the lights and other electrics working
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Is this normal looking for an mx5 fuel sender seems a bit weird to have bare wires in the fuel tank
Homemade wiring loom, exposed wires in a fuel tank, I mean, what's the worst that could happen?

The Focus fuel level sender also has exposed fittings, mine hasn't blown up. Yet.

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Homemade wiring loom, exposed wires in a fuel tank, I mean, what's the worst that could happen?

The Focus fuel level sender also has exposed fittings, mine hasn't blown up. Yet.

Jeez Stephen, get the finger out, I know for a fact you've made progress, I've seen it my own peepers.
I'd like everyone to know I've done the fuel sender arm again without exposed copper wire and now 0% heatshrink construction.
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