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you probably wouldn't believe me if I said I have been on the electrics for 13 months and this is what I have to show for it.
Not a pretty sight, not helped by having added a pile of wires to split the headlights horn and indicators and extra stuff like the starter switch and voltmeter.
I shall have to find a way of stuffing it out of sight somehow.

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and not any prettier seen from here. But most of it seems to work, so far. Still got the fuel gauge to fit.

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Which seems too big for its hole, but there was nothing else there when I pulled it apart.

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So I have cut out a rubber sheet to fill the gap.

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I don't have the right parts manual for this model so this spring and the gauge fitting itself aren't shown, but it looks fairly straightforward to reassemble.

Fuel line next.
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That wiring looks like 13 months worth of fiddling, to me. I'd think I'd have more of a mess than that if I was doing it :smilie_happy:
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