after all washing machines are done like this.
I was feeling the hate when I had to rewire the last owners f*ck up. Things were either one colour or he'd spray painted over them when doing the body. Oh and the half a golf wiring loom I had to remove from the previous golf engine that was in there.tonyhedge said:Daft or not, the next owner is going to hate you for it!
Trouble is VW thought that 30+ years ago........fatony1 said:Surely if you're re-wiring with brand new wire/connectors/bulbs/components etc the chance of something going wrong is far less than with an original loom? After all how many electrical problems on here are due to old/worn out components, old tatty wires breaking in half or rusty connectors causing bad earths etc?
Just a thought...
That sounds interesting. Where from and how much?young_dubya said:you can get numbered wire. it only comes in black or red though. it has a number every couple of inches.
Generally speaking this'll be in a multicore flex or armoured cable. Numbers therefore'll be limited and costs a lot of money (and time stripping it) to get a cables that should only really be used in mechanical protection ie the bit you just stripped off!!!AngelVenomous said:That sounds interesting. Where from and how much?
Cost is always gonna be the deciding factor for me. The wire I use in my looms is priced as such that I can use very good quality materials and charge a very reasonable price but at the same time make a good return.
I've even designed a new wiring diagram which means that apart from the main power wire non of the long wires are carrying more than 4 amps which means not only is it safer but the material costs are significantly reduced - a saving I can pass on to the customer!
* end of shameless plug *