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RHD Mk1 Esort Loom

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Desperate for a GOOD dash loom.

Converted my Escort to rhd, was going cut and extend the dash loom. But would feel happier having a un touch loom.

Anyone able help

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To be fair there are a few people here having loom troubles from replacing them in their Escorts because good originals are impossible to find. You may well be better off extending or moving the one you have.

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Ebay 333291754689

They do turn up and seem to go for between £100-£150. 

Ive just done a rhd conversion myself and plumped for buying a 2nd hand loom.

Luckily i have a mate that's good with lecky who made a few adjustments for me.

I wasn't confident enough in my soldering skills to lengthen the wires.

As i say, they do turn up but you pays your money and takes your chances.

 

Rich 

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That one certainly ain't the worst i've seen - a few choc block connectors in evidence - must be worth a bid? A new harness from Autosparks can be up to £700 inc VAT and subject to car spec. and what sub looms you require

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6 hours ago, Rich T said:

Ebay 333291754689

They do turn up and seem to go for between £100-£150. 

Ive just done a rhd conversion myself and plumped for buying a 2nd hand loom.

Luckily i have a mate that's good with lecky who made a few adjustments for me.

I wasn't confident enough in my soldering skills to lengthen the wires.

As i say, they do turn up but you pays your money and takes your chances.

 

Rich 

 

33 minutes ago, katana said:

That one certainly ain't the worst i've seen - a few choc block connectors in evidence - must be worth a bid? A new harness from Autosparks can be up to £700 inc VAT and subject to car spec. and what sub looms you require

There is a Mk2 hazard switch in there so its a bit of a Frankenstein.

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On ‎09‎/‎08‎/‎2019 at 14:34, katana said:

That one certainly ain't the worst i've seen - a few choc block connectors in evidence - must be worth a bid? A new harness from Autosparks can be up to £700 inc VAT and subject to car spec. and what sub looms you require

from what ive heard, and a friend with experience of their product, autosparks looms should be avoided at all costs

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