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    Registered Member BamaNomad's Avatar
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    My experience with AAW customer service is that it's a total waste of time and a phone call to call them!

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    I have to install a complete in car & under the hood wiring harness in my 57 chevy 210 2dr sedan post to all you Trifive experts out there how much $$$ am I looking at?
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    Hi 210Chevy,
    I had good luck with the AAW kit. I see Summit has them for $575 (free shipping):
    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/a...-air/year/1957
    Regards, Doug

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    Hey; guys & gals how much am I looking at for a electrical shop to install a complete wiring harness in my 57 chevy 210 2door sedan post and under hood harness also?
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    I've been told shops will charge 2000-2500 to wire a complete car. Don't do that. Do it yourself. The AAW kit is great, the instructions are pretty good and their tech support is excellent. I called several times on the first one, and they told me that was normal. I've done 3 or 4 more cars since and haven't had to call at all. You'll love the satisfaction of doing it yourself.

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    You'll love the satisfaction of doing it yourself.
    I second Buster's comments. I too wired up my first car (57 chev 9 passenger wagon) probably 10 years ago now, and learned ALOT that has carried forth with me on projects since that one. I used an AAW kit and modified a few things...but overall found the harness, instructions and online help to be excellent.

    If you have the time and energy, consider doing it yourself. Plan to buy a few special tools (like crimpers) and it take your time "one circuit at a time" until it's finished. Serious gratification comes when you get it in and everything works.
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    Wiring has never been my favorite activity but the new complete harnesses are plug and play.

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