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Re: Headlight wiring clips got me stumped

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01-12-2013 20:48:14

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Trying to help, but didn't have a picture, so here's what I got.

Picture from this site.
Clips goes over the edge of the hood where the black line is.

Wire goes through where the red line is.

Curved end of the clip up and toward the outside of the hood.

At least that's how I put mine on, right or wrong.

I get frustrated with mine some times too, but Hobo isn't the cause.

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Bob Purinton

01-13-2013 07:25:47

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 Re: Headlight wiring clips got me stumped in reply to Royse, 01-12-2013 20:48:14  
That's better than anything I came up with. The closest I came to this was putting the wire all the way in the bend and then pushing onto the lip of the hood. Needless to say; it didn't work.

Thanks for an intelligent response. :)

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01-13-2013 08:38:28

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 Re: Headlight wiring clips got me stumped in reply to Bob Purinton, 01-13-2013 07:25:47  
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obvious now ain't it... I recon its installer choice as to clip over the hood are move up a few inches and clip on the hood frame/channel... Theirs 2 more clips toward the back used to support the main wiring harness...

Those clips you picked up are standard hardware used to clip trailer wire'n to a trailer frame... They can be had in different shapes even like the ones you picked up,,, They are not pacific to a N....

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Bob Purinton

01-13-2013 12:56:28

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 Re: Headlight wiring clips got me stumped in reply to Hobo,NC, 01-13-2013 08:38:28  
Well, thanks, I appreciate it.
I didn"t know they were a "buy them anywhere any shape any size" type thing. I"m not the sharpest tool in the shed sometimes or I wouldn"t need the forums, now, would I?
Thanks again.

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