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HOW WOLD YOU DISCONECT THE MAIN WIRE HARNESS TO A 93 CHEY CORSSICA

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Huh? There is more than one. There is a front harness that goes from the engine, headlights, etc., to the fusebox. And there is the one from the fusebox to the back of the car. Sometimes the dash is a separate harness as well. But like all harnesses, you just disconnect all the connections on the ends. You may want to put tape with lettering on things, so you can reconnect correctly. Color images with a digital camera also help. But unless you have have the harness damaged by heat or an accident, you can more easily just repair or by pass what does not work now.

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If you want o disconnect the electricity, start with the negative battery terminal. Reconnect the negative last. This is because if you touch the +12 and a body part with a wrench, you will get large sparks, and possibly cause damage. If the negative is off, there would be no sparks or damage.

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  • lcormier Oct 03, 2009

    Also, I forgot - this might be side terminal; that is a 7mm nut, I think

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What are yiou calling the main harness? what are you trying to do and why? what is th ecomplaint?

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