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  • 0patience 12/11/11 10:36 pm PST

    Your best bet is a salvage yard. The cost of a new harness is probably fairly expensive. You might check with Painlesswiring.com or the dealer. The other option is to repair the harness, but that may create as many problems as it fixes.


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