Wiring loom?

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    • #5434
      Ben StevensBen Stevens
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      Is it possible to buy wiring looms?  I appreciate Allard ones are probably not available, but was wondering whether they were originally actually modified ones from something else which is more available?

      I’m not quite at the stage of needing it, but if I’m going to be thinking about trying to start the engine soonish I’d want to renew all the necessary wires for that first.

    • #5441
      Tim WilsonTim Wilson
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      Yes, Ben; Allard looms are still obtainable. At least one maker advertises in the back of ‘Automobile’ mag. Roger Murray-Evans installed one in my Special, about 8 yrs ago.

      Tim!

    • #5452
      Ben StevensBen Stevens
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      Thanks for that Tim, but at £500+ I think I might have a go at making my own.

      I wonder if anybody has a good quality / hi resolution wiring diagram? The one in the service manual I downloaded is very fuzzy.

    • #5453
      Tim WilsonTim Wilson
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      http://www.allardregister.org/technical-links/

      This is a link to the 31-page Allard Service manual, Ben. Wiring diagrams are on pp. 30 and 31.

      Hth,

      Tim.

    • #5454
      Ben StevensBen Stevens
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      Thanks for that.  I’ve actually redone that diagram and put readable labels on it.  If anyone has a better copy, perhaps with the individual wire numbers on etc then I’m happy to update this and then it can be uploaded to a central resource page perhaps.

    • #5455
      Tim WilsonTim Wilson
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      Great work!

      T.

    • #5533
      Michael KnapmanMichael Knapman
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      There are in fact two wiring diagrams. The first is applicable to chassis numbers up to 1500 and the second from chassis 1500

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