euro lights/ecodes

Chewy4000 at Chewy4000 at
Fri May 24 15:28:39 EDT 2002

I dont know you guys, but techy people have these parts always laying around.
I installed my home made harness in about 3-4 hrs.
Not much money needed if any.
Fuse blocks, wire, relays, connectors, I always have them laying around for these type of projects.
I rather use the 100+$$ for some other usefull thing.


In a message dated Fri, 24 May 2002  2:20:50 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Phil Rose <pjrose at> writes:

>At 11:21 AM -0400 5/24/02, Brett Dikeman wrote:
>>The harness I was NOT pleased with came from Todd Candey Motorsports.
>>It was clownishly done, the connectors were horrible, and one side
>>was actually mis-wired.
>Yes, Todd Candey's totally kludged effort was a sad experience
>(costing me about $110, as I recall). From what I've heard of the
>Blau harness: it works well and I'd go for it. As Scott says, aside
>from the "joy" you might derive, it'd be difficult to justify the
>time needed to buy/accumulate parts and build your own harness.
>Phil Rose               Rochester, NY USA
>'91 200q    (130 Kmiles, Lago blue)
>'91 200q   (57 Kmiles, Tornado red)
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