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64.5-73 Underdash Harnesses Refurbishment

Discussion in 'Services (All)' started by Midlife, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. Midlife

    Midlife Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    With 30+ years of professional experience working on DC electric circuitry, I offer my services to refurbish any vintage Mustang underdash harness for a mere $175 plus $50 core charge. So what does this mean? I inspect every wire's insulation for exposure and repair it; every connector is checked for continuity (and repaired); every wire run is checked for continuity (and repaired); fuse boxes are checked, repaired, and a new set of fuses installed; the entire harness is cleaned and re-wrapped if required. I can also repair resistor wires. I even can convert non-tach harnesses to tach harnesses. What I can't offer is a concours looking harness, as any of these problems listed above may require splicing (which is done with professional butt splicing and professional tooling).

    I offer a two year, no questions asked warranty. No one else in the industry offers any warranty on electrical parts, but I know I bring these harnesses up to OEM performance standards. I also provide a complete printout of wire color, number, function, connector, and where each wire goes. I also provide you an instruction sheet for installation that is guaranteed to find any shorts due to installation before hooking up the battery. So why pay anywhere for $500 (1964.5-66) to $1500 (1969/70) for a repro harness when you can have the real thing for $175?

    I also have harnesses of all years and models in inventory for sale. I also have various connectors for other harnesses (e.g. under-hood, tailight, alternator, dash cluster) for sale from harvested harnesses.

    I get a number of inquiries of refurbishing tailight or underhood harnesses. My usual answer is that these harnesses are relatively inexpensive as reproductions. Some, however, are not available. Because the underhood harnesses are exposed to the elements, the insulation and metal wiring can become brittle. I can do my best to refurbish them, but I cannot offer the 2-year guaranty like I would like. If you really need one of these refurbished, contact me and let's talk about it.

    I can be reached either by Private Message or at harnesses@fusemail.com
    http://midlife66.com/harnesses/welcome.html
     
  2. Midlife

    Midlife Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    Bump to the top!
     

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