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wiring harness

Discussion in 'Alpine Cars and Parts Wanted' started by PawPaw, Aug 4, 2022.

  1. PawPaw

    PawPaw Silver Level Sponsor

    Does anybody have any experience with wiring harness replacement, and where to obtain. All of the old heads
    I know have said I would be better off replacing the one in my series 1.

    comments please
  2. 65sunbeam

    65sunbeam SAOCA Membership Director Diamond Level Sponsor

    What problems have you been having that lead you to think you need a new harness?
  3. PawPaw

    PawPaw Silver Level Sponsor

    None at present, other than headlight wiring under front fenders. I was already planning to replace that because of cracked and broking insulation.
  4. Aladin Sane

    Aladin Sane Gold Level Sponsor

    I bought a Rebel harness from a member here who goes by sunalp. As soon as I get my car back, installing it will be among the first things I do.
  5. jumpinjan

    jumpinjan Bronze Level Sponsor

  6. Alpine Addict

    Alpine Addict Platinum Donor Platinum Level Sponsor

    I have a new wiring harness for a series 2.
  7. PawPaw

    PawPaw Silver Level Sponsor

    price? and location. Haven't pulled old out as yet. Getting a lot of suggestions on restoration directions.
    would rather have a harness for a generator and a harness that is not generic.

    thanks for response
  8. Alpine 1789

    Alpine 1789 SAOCA President Diamond Level Sponsor

    You should first decide if you want to stay stock or go with a more modern alternative. If completely stock, British Wiring is a good source. If you want almost stock, I don't imagine there are too many differences between SI and SII, but you could look at the wiring diagrams to get a feel for how they differ. If you want to go with something modern with relays and multiple fuses and designed for an Alpine, then your best (only?) bet is the Rebel Harness from Steve. Here is a good start for learning more about his harness: https://forum.sunbeamalpine.org/index.php?threads/new-redesigned-rebel-wiring-harness.28203/
    Paul A likes this.
  9. BEpine

    BEpine Gold Level Sponsor

    I bought the Rebel harness from Steve, (Sunalp), and it is of great quality. Fuses and relays for everything, and install instructions.
    Priced less than the British Wiring, harness too. You will need to put on your own bullet and spade connectors and follow a wiring diagram.
    Paul A likes this.

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