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Wire Harness

Does anyone have a 930 engine harness that is in good shape they would be interesting in selling. Thanks Jerrod

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They are very hard to find. I tried to source one a few months back with no luck. I even tried the over priced porsche dismantlers to no avail. They are also year specific so let us know what year your car is.

How bad of shape is your stock one?
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If you have acces to factory plugs (I forget who sells them) it isnt hard to actually make one from scratch. I used a 3.2 engine harness on my EFI system and had to re-pin the connector. What is the application and reason you need a harness- is it for a stock CIS system and have all the crap on it or an EFI where you only need alternator, starter, oil press, oil temp, boost pressure etc...?
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It is a stock one with all the CIS wires.
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well, in that case you may need to buy one, but what is the matter with your old one?
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I have two wires coming out of the harness that are in bad shape. How much is a new one
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If only two wires, it would be so much easier to just replace those two wires. I had the distributor wire that was fried on mine. I just made a new one and left the old one disconnected within the harness.

If you want a stock look just tape them to the original harness.

as for a new harness, if still available (would have to come from Germany) your looking at $300+, and certain years are no longer available.
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I would guess it would be over $1000 if you could find one. I'd just fix what you have or build a new one with new connectors (that's what I did for my EFI engine).

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