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Old Dec 7th, 19, 07:29 AM
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Default Headlight wiring harness routing

When the headlight wiring bundle crosses from the driver side to passenger side does it route behind the core support between the support and radiator or in front of and under the top of the core support?
Mine is behind the core support and prevents my radiator from leaning back enough
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Old Dec 7th, 19, 10:59 AM
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Welcome to the Team!

Your radiator should bolt to the core support vertically (no leaning). From memory the wires were routed behind the core support up under the fold at the top of the core support with just the turn signals running through two holes to go forward of the core support.

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