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Hi,

When my galv chassis arrives I'm considering putting a new loom in (I might have mauled the rear lights wiring a bit with a brush on a grinder) but I can't seem to find anywhere that sells them. Does anyone know where I can buy them and roughly how much they are (200TDi).

Also I haven't had a proper look yet as its a few miles down the road from me and forgot last time I was with it but does it have to be run through the chassis and if so whats the best way to do it.

Cheers

Jethro

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Jethro,

When I did my chassis swap for the galv'd one I now have, I put my chassis loom through the chassis, I used a length of brake pipe to pull it through with and had someone feed it through from the front end whilst I was at the back end pulling gently, to date-I have had no problems with any electrical issues with it being in the chassis and the possibility of any of the galv piercing the loom inside the chassis.

It's where it gets put from the factory so I thought I'd do the same.

I bought a second hand loom from a breakers in the north east-Charles Bennison's I think,4 years ago It cost me £30 +vat and delivery.

HTH

John

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I have a rear loom out my 1988 90 going spare with the rubber plugs engine end and bullets rear. Although out my 90 I believe it is the 110 itemwhich had been carefully stashed in the chasis leg. Certainly worked before removal - let me know if of interest.

Rob

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