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ever heard of these ?


http://moparsbycrane.com/page/mhm5/New_Parts.html

2007 New Products</FONT> NEW, NEW PARTS: Harness Preserver* Wiring Kits- now available for A, B & E Body Mopars:

WHY DO I NEED A HARNESS PRESERVER??????????

FIRST REASON:

  • Protects engine & instrument harnesses from melting due to high current (especially bulkhead connectors)
  • Provides the full alternator output to the battery & aftermarket accessories connected directly to the battery and starter relay.
SECOND REASON:

  • Protects the ignition switch & wiring from burning out due to alternator field current demands
  • Provides full current to the regulator & alternator field- full alternator output is ensured.
The new Harness Preserver will reduce the electrical stress on your stock engine harness. When the cars were new, alternator output was either 37 or 45 amperes. Whether you have had your alternator rebuilt (most rebuild kits are now at least 59 ampere output) or replaced your alternator with a higher output one, there is now more current trying to go through a harness that was not designed to handle it. If you have added high current draw accessories such as an electric fan, high wattage audio equipment or aftermarket ignition, the Harness Preserver will ensure the full alternator output is available to power them.

  • As seen in the Mopar magazines.
  • Stock & Upgrade Kits Available
  • Alternator Cable Kits for 1 Wire Alternator Applications
  • Custom Harness Preserver kits available- call (941) 322-1121
  • Harness Preserver Standard kits @ $69.00
  • Upgrade kits @ $99.00
  • Alternator Cables starting @ $39.00
Order online (see catalog link on left side of page) or call (941) 322-1121



 
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