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Might just be leftovers from the porn site you was visiting.
Just to get some opinions, instead of ordering another wiring harness (given it will be used cause it's an 85), would it be more efficient to just replace the messed up wire / connector? Or too risky?
You'll never find a "good" 35 year old main wire harness. New has been discontinued for probably more that 20 years.Checked around a little bit for a wiring harness but haven't really found anything
I've soldered atleast 30-50 times so i'm not too nervous about it, especially cause it's already broken and I doubt i'd be able to screw it up as bad as it was. Worst comes to worst I have to get the electrician big brother to help me or pay a couple hundred bucks to Bob. I definitely want to try to fix it myself before anything though. Everything i've soldered on has been computer / gearbox related though, never a motorcycle or automobile so this should turn out interesting , and hopefully not into an explosionYour only option is repair. Been there, done that... Good luck.
Derusting an exhaust with a dremmel tool? I hope it is not too rusty as that will take forever! Got a corded drill? If so go to O'Reilly's and get a real rotary wire brush and hit it with some power. Cordless drills can do this as well and the best option is a pneumatic die grinder if you have the compressor and stuff. If it is just some surface pitting then you may want to try something like "Naval Jelly" as that stuff will chemically eat and convert the rust and it will usually stay were it was put.I didn't forget about her guys! Lol, my car has developed an engine knock after years of abuse as my first car. Focusing on getting a new car for a bit but I really am looking forward to finishing this thing soon. I also need to get some of those wire brushes with the dremel for removing rust for my exhaust, i had one from harbor freight I was using on the exhaust but that bit lasted about 3 seconds before it almost shot in my eyeball, as harbor freight usually does. Dremel is still good though!