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    Default Split Loom in engine bay

    I was snooping around my engine bay today and spotted a split in the 'loom' (if thats what its called)

    Is this going to cause any problems or is it perfectly safe??

    its bigger than it looks in the picture!


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    Just looks like a split in the protective conduit/flex... is the cable itself ok? if so I wouldn't worry too much. Where exactly is that?

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    the cable itself looks okay - I was just worried incase it get heated or something! its top left as your looking at it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Princess D View Post
    the cable itself looks okay - I was just worried incase it get heated or something! its top left as your looking at it
    There are cables exposed like that in mine too. As long as they are not very near/touching anything hot like the engine block then I don't think you have anything to worry about.

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    Oh cool! Cheers for the help again Gazza!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Princess D View Post
    Oh cool! Cheers for the help again Gazza!
    no probs

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