When restoring classic cars, often times the wiring harness also needs to be restored. 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.
George Vondriska explains that malfunctioning cruise control comes from a broken brake switch and it can be a real cheap and easy fix as long as you know you way around a dashboard. Use these helpful tips provided in this video to go through a brake switch replacement for your classic car with ease!Watch Now >>
It’s time to do the under dash wiring for the cruise control system. Brent Ackley recommends using the instruction manual to tell exactly which wires need to get tied to other wires. After the wiring is done, Brent installs the cruise control switch and shares why they chose the style that they did.Watch Now >>
Proving that more can go wrong with a car sitting still than when it is driven regularly, components that are lubricated with 50-year-old grease can often fail and become inoperable. Mark Simpson digs into a vintage wiper motor to determine why it stopped working, then cleans, inspects, and re-lubricates the windshield wiper motor gear assembly.Watch Now >>
Whether you’re relocating your battery, making custom length battery cables or powering up a huge audio amplifier in the trunk, knowing the right way to cut and crimp large electrical cables will ensure your new upgrade will work as you intended. Mark Simpson demonstrates how to cut copper cable and crimp on new battery terminal…Watch Now >>