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Old 06-14-2016, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by quickdiversion View Post
I actually really want to but haven't found d ay pictures or many discussions about it yet. I do not wish to rip out the dash to do it though. Do you know of any articles or have any pictures?


Oh you mean the side harnesses? Or the cross harness?
The side harness that goes along the strut towers.
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Old 06-14-2016, 06:04 PM
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Hey I just looked back through your build thread and I saw where you took apart the loom but I can not tell where you went with the wiring to get it out of the engine bay and under the fenders. All the areas I looked at seem to small.
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passenger side loom can be fully disconnected from in front of the radiator back to the battery box. There is a decent size hole below the smaller fuse box that I used to rerun the loom back to washer resevoir and such. I did have to relocate one ground but that should be easy seeing what you have been doing. Once that side is mounted to your liking reloom it and zip tie or cable strap all into place. The drivers side is a bit harder but can still be done without splicing. BTW both side involve pulling the fender liners if not already out. For the drivers harness, I rerouted near the abs module. This spot is a bit cumbersom but can be done!! Just take your time. The drivers harness doesn't do much more then abs sensor and headlight so it is much shorter and easier to route once through that abs hole. Reinstall new conduit and tie into place. I still wish I had some more pics. I may try to find a body harness tuck thread for you. Good luck.
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https://my350z.com/forum/engine-driv...wire-tuck.html

This is an older thread but should give you the jist of how to run it. Some pics are missing but most of the OP pics are there. Hope this give you some more assistance.
If you have anymore questions about it please feel free to ask I will help where I can.
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So I was looking through the thread and I kinda got bored with reading it on my phone, but I got the gist. So I did go back and read a bit and noticed that you de-loomed the entire side harness, I decided not to because it is running under the fender so I left it intact and pulled the knot of wires out between all the components where the battery tray is. After I did that. I now have plenty of slack and everything sites right back where it was.

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Old 06-19-2016, 03:28 AM
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So a little clean up.

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Old 06-19-2016, 12:58 PM
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And now the driver side.

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Great job!! That fits you build very well. Can't to see how everything looks after it is all back together.
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I still and looking at a way to secure the harness behind the motor. It looks like I will bring a drill stop home from work and put to small holes in the firewall for anchoring zip ties and put some water tight putty on them.

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sometimes small things like that make all the difference.
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I am probably gonna stop updating this thread, because of the title. I have a build on another site, If you want to keep following it, I can mirror here as well if you are interested.
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Sorry to see you leave here, but sure post a link.
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For some reason the reply thing was not working and I thought my thread was closed.

I am not going g to leave the site, I will just start up a build thread here instead of continuing this.
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Old 06-30-2016, 07:20 AM
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Gotcha, will be looking for it
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Its up!
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