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PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 10:20 am    Post subject: dune buggy electrical Reply with quote

Hello again, sorry to be a bother but i am trying my best to do this project by myself but finding out i need the pros help more times than enough. I am currently at the wiring stage of my dune buggy, bought the harness with a six block fuse terminal from CIP1 now the help i need as it is not with the wiring harness what relays, flashers , switches will i need and if possible does anyone have an easy wiring diagram from the fuse box to each realy to each specific switch i know there are some out there but a little confusing and since this is my first of many projects i would like to get it right, feel like a real amature at theis stage so any help would be appreciated. thank you take care


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 11:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

start with the major cables(battery) and work out from there. follow the factory diagram for help in routing. remember fiberglass carries no current so extra ground wires are needed to complete the circuit at lights etc. i prefer heat shrink for unions instead of gneric insulated butt splice connectors. good luck pat Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 4:18 pm    Post subject: wiring Reply with quote

thank you so much for the reply, ok i will start at the battery and run the wirers out to the front and rear of the buggy. the schematics that came with the wiring harnes are very good for where the wirers go i will start there then worry about flashers, relays and switches once i get that far thanks again take care
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