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    Unhappy help

    I am trying to put my 72 coupe together now that I have all the parts.
    But as i looked closer at the wires in the 72 I found lots of broken and chewed wires from rats and whatnot.

    After looking closely at the wires on my parts car a( 73)
    They all seem to be good
    I thought about changing them out for the 72s

    Does anyone have any luck with this?

    Can I pull them out.?
    Do you have to do the complete wiring , or are there multiable spots?

    The wires are the worst in the engine bay and the trunk.
    Any help will be great.
    1972 911t Coupe(being Restored)
    1973 911t Targa(parts Car)
    2001 Audi A4 Quattro
    2004 Ford F150

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    There may be those here skilled enough to swap all wiring from one car to another, but I'm not one of them. Sorry... But I have a question. You said: "from rats and whatnot." What's a whatnot? (edit) You can find wiring diagrams here:
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