Wire harness help

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... and it is also very easy to swap a single connector for a double to give you another ground or a power connection.

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Sorry, I cannot help with the number required.  However, with a new harness I suggest not re-using any of the old couplers.  The old parts tend to corrode and crack into multiple pieces.  It is also beneficial to apply a thin film of dielectric grease to the connectors before assembly to keep moisture away from the connections.  While our host probably sells the 2 and 4 bullet connectors, you can also buy them from sources like britishwiring.com

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Does anyone know, from replacing an entire harness, how many of the single and double bullet butt connectors is required on a 67' mk1 Cooper S?