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    what to do with Servo wires

    I have a race map and akra and would like to disconnect and remove exhaust servo which is just sitting there blocking airflow to radiator.
    I am wondering what should I be doing to those dangling wires for Servo ? Do you guys use electical tapes and tie wrap them ?
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    If you are never going to put OEM exhaust back on, drag the wires out, no need for them to be there.

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    I believe he's talking about the electrical wires to the servo from the harness and not the cables. Just tuck them up in the direction they are coming from. Tie wrap.
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    ahh right yeah don't drag them out! maybe also wrap a bit of electrical tape keep the elements out as well

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    put dielectric grease in the connector and tape it good.. then put some zip ties and get it out of the way..

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    What fr0st said. That is how I did mine

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    2nd Frosty's advice. That is what I did to mine when I had it as well.

    That frosty is a fart smellar...I mean a smart fellar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRFan1 View Post
    2nd Frosty's advice. That is what I did to mine when I had it as well.

    That frosty is a fart smellar...I mean a smart fellar!
    and I'm a stable genius too.. like your Prezzzz


    Ps: the grease is for the not getting any water in the connector and make a short-circuit

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    Lololol!

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    I guess I had all the geniuses here so I will use dielectric grease and tuck them away . Thanks
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    Wise choice!

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