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  • Baja Bug dash Baja Bug dash
  • Baja Bug electrical Baja Bug electrical
• Remove dash, air hoses, revealing the wiring jungle. Made sure to tag each wire even though I'm going to customize it.

• The Super has stuff like seat belt and door-ajar warning feeds, which I don't need.
  • Baja Bug fuse box Baja Bug fuse box
  • Baja Bug dash Baja Bug dash
• Since I'm going to have accessories like off-road lights, I'll want a better fuse box and one easier to get at. Watson's Streetworks has a nice set-up, which I've placed next to the driver's left near the fenderwall.

• Note, I relocated the gauges in 2018 when I customized the dash in wood, seen in the Interior section.
  • Baja Bug heat Baja Bug heat
  • Baja Bug wiring Baja Bug wiring
• More images indicate the mess you'll find when you take everything away to expose where the wires are coming out of.

• Here we see the heater/windshield box in the front, and wiring under back seat, driver's side.
  • Baja Bug rear Baja Bug rear
  • Baja Bug wiring Baja Bug wiring
• Coming out of the rear driver's side is the wiring harness for tail lights, etc.

• To pull this out you'll have to gouge out all the insulation around it that runs from the rear engine to the fenderwall, inside the back seat area.

 

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