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Old 03-21-2013, 05:26 PM
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Engine Wires....

Just wanted to post a heads up. While cleaning my engine compartment on my 08 EB, I noticed a wire harness going towards the back of the engine towards the passenger side exhaust manifold had gotten so hot it melted the wire loom off and was about 1/2" from the manifold. I peeled away the melted loom and put another one on and zip tied it to the a/c line to keep it away from the manifold. Might want to check yours before it's melted through.

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