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    Owner since 2007 Farrar's Avatar
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    assembled my engine today

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    On Sunday, I walked into the Valley of Death to replace a leaking hose and to clean the valley. Rite of Passage unlocked I suppose. Cannot wait to put her back together

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    Under Ron's watchful eye. Glory be to Ron! Michael's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBaker4981 View Post
    On Sunday, I walked into the Valley of Death to replace a leaking hose and to clean the valley. Rite of Passage unlocked I suppose. Cannot wait to put her back together

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    If I ever have to remove my intake I am going to run as much of that ugly wiring harness underneath it as I can. Really makes the engine compartment look nice.

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    Removing the BigBrownBundle of alternator wires in favor of a single 4ga wire from the bulkhead bolt to jump start post makes a world of difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    ... I am going to run as much of that ugly wiring harness underneath it as I can. ....
    I took a couple feet out of the main/large +12Vdc wire, separated it from the minor wires and ran it directly to the alternator rather than over or under the intake manifold. As I recall, I went into the passenger pontoon and back out near the alternator. Looks much better and makes it easier to run/hide the minor wires to switches and sensors. My 2 cents worth which make be too much.
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    DeLorean owner since 2011 Stainless's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by FABombjoy View Post
    Removing the BigBrownBundle of alternator wires in favor of a single 4ga wire from the bulkhead bolt to jump start post makes a world of difference.
    What differences did you notice? Got any pics of the final product?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stainless View Post
    What differences did you notice? Got any pics of the final product?
    I do but it was part of a conversion to EFI and not a good example for what a Kjet car would look like.

    Most of the taped bundle in the photo posted earlier (and linked below) is alternator wire. It runs from the (+) bulkhead bolt all the way around the engine and down to the alternator. You can remove it entirely and run a much shorter lead from the (+) bolt to the jump post. I used a cable I bought at the grocery store LOL. This is how later 83 cars were made.

    If you untape & remove the brown wires, then route the sensor/AC/switch wires on the sides or under the manifold, it really cleans up the appearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBaker4981 View Post
    On Sunday, I walked into the Valley of Death to replace a leaking hose and to clean the valley. Rite of Passage unlocked I suppose. Cannot wait to put her back together

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    No broken bolts on the wye pipe? Nice job. Looks kinda nasty down there. Is it leaking oil?
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