Jeephammer stressed the use of virgin copper wire. I have just dropped my gas tank and figured since I'm in here might as well rewire the sending unit and rear lights.
Where can I buy virgin copper wire or does it matter for rear lights?
Also, My '72 cj has no smog on it so all I have is a supply line and a vent line. The vent line has no filter and is just open. When I fill my tank to the top it over flows here. I was thinking on making this line longer so it will go to vertical under the wheel well and put a filter on it.??? Any Ideas on what I should do with this vent line???
My vent line goes back up to the fuel filler and vents there so that over flow goes into the tank or on your shoes. And Virgin copper is not needed on the lights, only on the fual sender. Virgin copper has less resistance than standard copper wire so that the guage reads more acuratly.
My right brake lights have two wires coming out of them the travel across the frame and pick up my left brake light. Now how do I splice this wire into my left light? I currently have those blue inline splicer thingies...Not sure what they are called but really do not like the connection...
Thanks again for all the help...I can replace what I have easily but really want to know the "right" way to do this.