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Old 10-24-2011, 04:34 PM
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Nah- you are right to be cautious. If you disconnect the battery before you get into it (after ID'ing the wires w/a meter or test light, where needed) there won't be any chance of shorts. But I think you're joshing more than anything.
Lol! I wish I was joshing, but I did burn up some interior lighting wires the very first time Yours Truly attempted a stereo install. I guess calling oneself a pansy about it might be a bit over the top; more like hesitant to mess with it.




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BTW, tried to nominate you for a job here, although MY nomination might be more like the kiss of death, given the reputation I've been given. Post #25. I should mention, there have been some other good, knowledgeable guys here who were asked by the mods to participate- and they (wisely?) declined. And others who were asked- and when they accepted- were turned down anyway. So there's little rhyme/reason to this, other than I believe what I said in the link above and stand by it.
Thank you Cobalt! I'm honored that you feel a newb such as myself would be qualified to have such a responsibility. More in my PM to you.




Updates coming soon. I'm hoping to do some ID'ing this week and post back the results by this weekend.

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