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    Engine Bay Colour Coding

    I'm coding my car with black and silver dash,seats,boot install the lot but how do I colour code components in the engine bay??

    Help would be appreciated, is it expensive??

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    Glenn Yale, does chrome/stainless covers for the battery, fuse box and some more.

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    And Pete is selling Chrome, or anodised oil caps which are a bargain. clickety click


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    ohhh yessss and very nice they are

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    Thanks peeps, already got my name down for the oil cap!!

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    painting is easy enough, you need a little trip to halfords or something and get some plastic primer for the plastic parts and metal primer for metal parts.
    when picking the primer for metal work its best to buy the recomended under coat for the paint your colour coding too.
    then pick the colour you need, best to also get some fine sand paper and some slightly more course paper to get a nice smooth finish, might be worth investing in or borrowing from a libary a painting manual
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