When restoring classic cars, often times the wiring harness needs to be restored as also. Before spending hundreds or even thousands of dollars ordering a new harness or having one made, consider restoring your existing harness and repairing any issues it may have developed over the years. Bob Wilson of RJ Restorations takes us step-by-step through the process of restoring a wiring harness, including: cleaning, inspection, testing, repairs, and wrapping. Most original wiring harnesses only need a few repairs and with a little effort can be made to look and work like new.
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