How to Make Reliable Electrical Connections in Your Vehicle’s Wiring Harness
A factory-correct wiring harness won’t do for custom projects like street rods, Pro Touring rides, and off-roaders. You need things like more circuits for all of the creature comforts and longer wires so you have enough to reach all of your accessories.
Painless Performance Pro Series Wiring Harnesses have you covered with your choice of 23 or 25 circuits, extra-long wires, and even a choice of dash- or steering column-mount ignition keys.
Speaking of wiring…whether you’re retrofitting an EFI kit, replacing a crusty bulb socket, or installing a new stereo, if you work around cars long enough, you’ll eventually have to splice some wires. And if you’ve ever dealt with intermittent electrical gremlins, you already know that making foolproof electrical connections is vital. You can read more wiring tech from Summit Racing here.
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