“Wiring is my favorite pastime,” said no one ever. Well, there may be a few of you hooligans that dig wiring, but we don’t. It’s a pain to figure out what goes where, having to splice stuff together, routing, crimping, and taping. Ugh… If you intend to make it look like a 5th-grade science fair project, that’s pretty easy. If you want it to be clean, simple and professional-looking, that’s a different story.
So what are your options?
A lot of the plug-and-play harnesses on the market are not what they claim. Most of these harnesses still require quite a bit of wiring to complete a project. For example, if you want the gauge cluster to be functional, you would have to wire all of that yourself. It’s these little things that don’t make it a true “plug-n-play” harness. Instead, you are still stuck with hours of tracing, cutting, terminating, and heat shrinking wires to make the harness work. Luckily, those days are gone, thanks to BP Automotive.
The LS Plug-And-Play Direct Fit Harness is designed to make wiring your car a straightforward process. There are no wires to hook up, nothing to splice, and zero of the headaches commonly associated with wiring a vehicle. You simply install the harness, plug all of the factory connectors in, turn the key, and drive.
The Direct Fit Harness is perfect for someone that is looking to install an LS engine into 1993-97 F-bodies, 1998-2002 F-bodies, and the 1998-2004 S-10 trucks. Before you guys start yelling that the 1998-02 F-body already has an LS in it, we know. Bill Hillock, the owner of BP Automotive, explains, “We specifically built this harness for the guys that want to replace the 1998 ECMs and upgrade to a 2000-2002 version.” Bill added, ” When you buy a Direct Fit Plug-And-Play harness from us, it’s going to be a factory replacement. It’s going to look like that car came from the factory with an LS. “The new harness also comes with a brand-new factory firewall grommet installed to replace that old dingy one going through the firewall.
BP Automotive uses the highest quality parts and machines to manufacture its harnesses. They even utilize an ultrasonic welder, just like General Motors, to maintain a high-level production harness for a perfect connection. GM TXL color-coded wires are also incorporated into there harness systems keeping them as close to factory specs as possible. If the factory harness had a specific color wire with a white stripe going to the oil pressure sensor, so will the BP harness.
BP Automotive goes above and beyond when it comes to attention to detail with the Direct Fit Harness. It’s incredible to see an actual plug-and-play harness that truly makes the wiring for an LS-engine swap simple. For more information, please visit Bp-automotive.com or give them a call with any questions.