Author Topic: Anyone on here know how fit a wireing loom for my gt turbo  (Read 1518 times)

renault5turbodimma

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Hi is there anyone on here who can connect my wireing loom to my engine who live in the greater manchester area message me asap.

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Re: Anyone on here know how fit a wireing loom for my gt tur
« Reply #1 on: 12:59, Tue 19 August 2008 »
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Hi is there anyone on here who can connect my wireing loom to my engine who live in the greater manchester area message me asap.


I would love to assist matey as i don't seem to be to bad with wiring just a shame that your based in Manchester.

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« Reply #2 on: 13:52, Tue 19 August 2008 »
You can help me with my engine removal James if you like  :mrgreen:

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« Reply #3 on: 17:05, Tue 19 August 2008 »
Yeah why not matey, where abouts do you live again and how far is that from Horsham :lol:

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« Reply #4 on: 17:13, Wed 03 September 2008 »
Ill have the same problem lol...i kno how a clio loom goes by stripping mine down ..suppose its trial and error  8)

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« Reply #5 on: 21:34, Wed 03 September 2008 »
There really isn't that many wires under the bonnet. The difficult part will be getting round to the starter motor, most of the rest runs under the radiator, maybe remove this and the grill for easier access?

Remember to use lots of clips and cable ties to keep your new wires away from hot/moving engine parts.