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    wire tuck

    how or what is the right way do wire tuck any one know like step by step?

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    take it to a professional.
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    Re: wire tuck

    i can do wirin in a car do you just have pull all wire back through firewall and stuff everything behind dash

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    Re: wire tuck

    Quote Originally Posted by FocusTunr View Post
    i can do wirin in a car do you just have pull all wire back through firewall and stuff everything behind dash
    ... or in the trunk.
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    Fenders.. fenders... fenders. Is all I can say. Have fun.


    If you're looking for someone to do it, PM me.
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    http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1693934

    everything you need to no (if doing it to a honda)

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    Re: wire tuck

    what bout to integra?

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    Re: wire tuck

    If you're looking for someone to do it, PM me.????????


    how much?

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    Re: wire tuck

    Quote Originally Posted by jdmtegra View Post
    http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1693934

    everything you need to no (if doing it to a honda)
    Quote Originally Posted by FocusTunr View Post
    what bout to integra?
    An integra is a honda dummy.

    And most of the info presented in that link is universal. Do some reading, it won't hurt.
    Last edited by csullivan; 05-16-2008 at 11:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FocusTunr View Post
    how much?
    Try PM'ing him.

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    There are about 3 people on this site that I'd let wire on my car.

    None of which have posted in this thread.

    Get someone random to do it and your car will likely catch on fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarrod View Post
    There are about 3 people on this site that I'd let wire on my car.

    None of which have posted in this thread.

    Get someone random to do it and your car will likely catch on fire.
    doubt it. Its not that hard to do it the right way. The wrong would be i guess just wrapping the wires together and throwing tape on them, and not using connectors? Just take your time and go plug by plug and dont wrap it all up till your 100% done or else you'll be tearing it apart everytime you find a mistake.

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    call me........
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfish360 View Post
    doubt it. Its not that hard to do it the right way. The wrong would be i guess just wrapping the wires together and throwing tape on them, and not using connectors? Just take your time and go plug by plug and dont wrap it all up till your 100% done or else you'll be tearing it apart everytime you find a mistake.
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    really that hard to solder and heat shrink??
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