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MG TD TF 1500 - TF Wiring
Could somebody with a TF please post a photo of the scuttle where the wiring comes through.
I am in the middle of a rewire and forgot to photo before ripping out the harness.
I appear to have more holes in it than are required to fasten down the coil,fuseblock and indicator relay box and would like them to be correct
Ray TF 2884
|Your wish is my command,as ive just done mine.|
I will Email you a link to my pics album with more!
Do you mean "firewall"? If so, here's a page a cc'd out of a book (or someone sent me), that ID's each hole. I found it helpful when I was in your situation abt 2 yrs ago. If my in-process pix would be of any help to you, they can be found at: <http://www.boatanchors.org/mgtf.htm>
54 TF "Emma"
|A W Parker|
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Now I can pick the right ones and the wiring will reach.
|You mean this isn't correct ??? lol
|L E D LaVerne|
|Lavern, the purple is a nice touch. I don't know how you could miss tracing the lines.|
|Here is the factory wiring loom on my car.|
Now that you are really getting into your TF wiring,don't forget the four(4) clips(half open type)that will hold the wiring up for the two(2) upper dash panel lights.
They are affixed to the 'rexine' covered rubber crash roll in four places.
They are often missing and suffice to say that the original type clips are far superior
to the Blue Tac method I have witnessed on some cars!!
|Mathew, Great picture. I'm assuming the "P" clips are original cad plated?|
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