Depending on your location it may be cheaper to get it from one of the above shops. I ordered mine direct from CENTECH. Shipping was ten bucks.
In my opinion, I felt the instructions included in the kit, left much to be desired. Overall, the instructions were ok, you can do the rewire with them, but read them carefully. The mispellings and wording, is just enough to drive you over the edge at times.
First off, do not cut the wiring going to any light sockets. Be careful with the pins for the "weather proof sockets" as I didn't get enough with my kit in the first place, and had to find another resource. I could have probably contacted CENTECH, but I wanted to finish the install. Also, the regulator socket was wired wrong from the factory.
Other than having a problem with my neutral safety switch (mine doesn't work) and a serious grounding problem (yet to be corrected) the install was pretty straight forward.
Basically tho', I studied the wiring problem solution for a couple of years, before deciding on CENTECH. I must say that overall, I'm very pleased and I would again chose CENTECH.
As I mentioned the shortage of parts and the poor instructions, even tho' they detract from the overall package, it is still a superb harness.
Thanks to N8 for providing wiring diagrams. They have been invaluable. Thanks Bro'
I have pulled the harness out of my 73 (trying to be careful not to screw anything up) and I plan on installing it in my 70 Half Cab. Once I have the harness in, I'll try to put up some photos and maybe a better write-up of the install. Another note on wiring - Ryan on Classic Broncos.com offers excellent wiring harnesses for improved headlights, efi, and any other needs a bronco has. the snake
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