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    Mk4 dash loom re wiring.

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    On my mk4 dashloom, there are splits that have been scotch locked, stereo loom bullet connected, generally a frigging mess to be fair.

    If I want to replace the audio looms behind the dash, is it an entirely new dash loom? or is this section replaceable?
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    its a new dash loom mate. the only bit you can replace sepratly is the aerial lead which joins under the centre console (under the gear lever)
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    Quote Originally Posted by astra sxi 2003 View Post
    its a new dash loom mate. the only bit you can replace sepratly is the aerial lead which joins under the centre console (under the gear lever)
    Ah buggery not the response I wanted! hoping it'd be easier hehe.
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