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Old June 30th 2004, 17:40
Beetle08 Beetle08 is offline
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1303/Superbeetle Wiring Harness?


Does anyone make a wiring harness for a 73 and up Superbeetle?

I've tried CSP, CIP-1, Rocky Mountain Motorwerks, and Mid America. Does anyone have any suggestions as to who else may carry these?

I know they make them for standard beetles, but my concern is the wiring behind the dash, as the fuse panel and switches are not the same as the regular beetle.

Any help is greatly appreciated!


Mauricio R. Bendana
1974 Superbeetle German Look
1964 Beetle Stock
2001 Golf GLS 1.8T
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Old June 30th 2004, 18:22
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Did you try Painless? Or J.Bugs or Watson's street works?
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Old July 1st 2004, 19:59
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i just installed a complete watson streetworks system in my buggy.went very well,but you need to understands basics.When i rewired my 76super beetle
the complete wiring loom was not available .do you know how to read a wiring diagram?What are you trying to do?
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Old July 3rd 2004, 15:27
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hello mate
thare is a chap in the uk that makes compleate wiring looms for bugs,go check out
i think his name is moby somthing i think it is a number after it.
any way good luck.
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