Mk1 rear wiring loom

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Mk1 rear wiring loom

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Got a new wiring loom (Minispares)fitted but didn't do the rear bit since it's protected and in good nick!......therefore rear part of new loom for sale-£40+ £5 p&p.

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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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Is it the one that provides power to companion boxes? Braid wrapped? If so, I’ll take it.
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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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gs.davies wrote: Wed Feb 03, 2021 11:17 am Is it the one that provides power to companion boxes? Braid wrapped? If so, I’ll take it.
I'm not aware of any mk1-3 having any wiring going to the companion boxes. Did any Minis in the early days, have that feature?
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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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All Super's & Super Deluxes had lights in the companion boxes.
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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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mk1 wrote: Thu Feb 04, 2021 9:00 am All Super's & Super Deluxes had lights in the companion boxes.
Interesting,
I've had 15 Minis and not one of them had them.
Was it Zone specific ?
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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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its a separate single wire feed to the companion box light, which doesn't come with the autosparks / minispares loom
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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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Ah,that's interesting. My car had them removed many years ago, but I've had replacement set waiting to go in. There was only one wire left which had been cut off and taped up. Does the Autosparks/MiniSpares loom have a junction connector for this wire then? Looks like there's supposed to be one on either side of the boot floor if the Haynes wiring diagram is to be believed.
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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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Loom is braid wrapped but does not have feed(s) for companion boxes.
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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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the single bullet connector went into the end of the rear light connection to loom block
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Re: Mk1 rear wiring loom

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Loom now sold! :)
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