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|#477 Electrical system|
|Author: Duramaxer (Show all albums)|
Ground posts on both sides and a positve post close to the fuse panel. Trying to minimize votage drops and corrosion. Everything still kind of a mess but we are getting there.
This is how most of the workshop floor looked last night.I'm back at doing electrics as I want to get the big ol' dash back on. Reconsidered my prewious work and decided to tear it all to go hardwire all the way.
Almost there.I ended up splitting the wiring from front to back in a few cables and routed them to each side of engine. This eliminates a lot of the wiring across the engine and the connectors are now history.
Drivers side. One cable from the front. Two for the engine and one over engine to passenger side. Wiring for the rear lights in separate cable routed low along the frame.
For the engine; distributor, coil, temp, oil pressure,compressor, alternator and tachometer. Silicone insulated wires in flexible steel tubing.
The labelling on my dashboard panel was aged and did not look so nice.
The whole panel is made from tranparent "Plastic". With woodlike vinyl on the front and some labelling on the back. Washed of the old brown paint that was on the back then sanded and buffed the backside to a ok finish. This is half way in that process.
Then I masked of the areas for the labelling and spray paintet it with black vinyl paint.
Made new labels from two layers of transparent adhesive vinyl. Lettering was done with my Dymo Rhino on transparent tape. (same machine as used on the heat shrink labelling)
Looks better now.
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