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Old 02-12-2009
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Electrical Connection Clean Up

Looking for some ideas to clean up the engine bay some. I have wires running all over the place. Mainly would like something out of the way that I can wire all my wires into and not make a clusterf*** on my fusebox terminals or battery terminals.

So what ideas can you share? Or what are you using currently? I was looking at maybe one of the battery terminal splitters used for audio set-ups, but I am not running any subs/amps so not sure that would work since I don't have any 4 gauge being run.
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get that plastic wire covering and use that you will be surprised how fast it cleans up the engine bay
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yea the split loom, problem is the wires are going in all different directions...
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i have the same problem in my truck take a picture of it might be able to come up with some better ideas for you if i have something to look at
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It isn't too bad yet, but it will be getting worse when I start getting the mods done to the shell. Right now just off road lights and CB. Probably have at least 3 more headed that way in the near future.
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I have the same problem right now, I think I'm just going to get one of those things for the battery terminal you said and use that. I need to pull all my wire out and run it in split loom too.
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Yay for tedious wire looming in the near future!!! grr
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