North American Turbocoupe Organization

Wire Organization
jhd1013 Offline
Junior Member
I'm cleaning up the wire harness on my '87 and I've gotten to the rat's nest between the battery and the LH shock tower. Has anyone managed to make this look nice?

On the tech articles page there are two pictures of engine bays. I noticed one (Dan Eaves) had a nice plastic cover over the entire mess. Anyone know where I can get one of these?

Any ideas are appreciated. Thanks.
87 Silver-Blue TC. Fresh rebuild, T3 .60/.63 turbo, Gillis valve, 3" Stinger exhaust.

Pete D Offline
That plastic cover is what came stock on the cars. Any JY or post an ad in the "Wanted to Buy" forum;f=4
Pete Dunham


evintho Offline
Senior Member
The auto parts store wire loom is plastic and will become brittle from the heat and crumble quickly. You may be able to get wire loom from Ford but I'll bet it costs an arm and a leg! Get this stuff from MadElectrical. It's top of the line and cheap!
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Ryan H Offline
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Yeah, that cover is stock like Pete said, but they don't seem to last. I've had 4 Thunderbirds now and only one of them has had that cover, and it broke eventually.
'88 TC Smile Walbro 255HP, Stinger FMIC, PIT BOV, Pro 5.0, Kirban, RR cam, FRPP strut tower brace, T3

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