securing excess wiring in dash?

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I now have three sets of excess wiring under the dash panels on the driver's side: Scangauge, Tazer, Pedal Commander.

Any best practices for securing the wiring, and any attached modules, so that they don't look quite so "stuffed" in place?





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I now have three sets of excess wiring under the dash panels on the driver's side: Scangauge, Tazer, Pedal Commander.

Any best practices for securing the wiring, and any attached modules, so that they don't look quite so "stuffed" in place?
Split wire loom and zip-ties.
 

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I like to use fabric automotive style tape to prevent the noise that wireloom makes. For wires that I will eventually be getting into, I make wide passes around the wire. For wire that is permanent, I will make tighter overlapping passes, and this really cuts down the noise and secures it. Plus it looks factory!
 

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