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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-17-2017, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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Headlight harness question

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Can someone answer this:
On a 2000 lightning is the headlight harness hard wired in and would have to be cut to remove, or can it be removed easily without cutting wires?
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it's part of the entire engine bay wiring harness.....not the top end engine harness, but the main engine bay wiring harness. So it goes from the big rectangle PCM connection, across the firewall/cowl with the plugs for the trans & engine bay harness, up the drivers fender with the main fuse box, all the plugs for the cruise abs etc., then across the radiator core support with the headlight wiring. If you want just headlight portion of the harness you'll have to cut.

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Perfect thanks
That's what I thought
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