I think he could just as well to restore the current on. I would just replace the connectors that might be damaged or need to be removed to recover with vinyl sheathing. Honda did the right thing by not soldering the connections. Done correctly with the proper tools, a none soldered connection is "gas tight" and will not fail. The vinyl strain relief connections did/do a great job. The key is getting the right connections from Vintage Connections and be sure to get a good/proper ratcheting crimp tool.doug350 said:I would say make a new one, its a little time consuming but well worth the saftey factor. You can buy all the correct wire at dime city cycles, the connectors at vintage connections, and use the oldmanhonda animated wiring diagram. The old connectors are crap on a 40 year old bike, plus the wire has started to break down and oxidize, and honda never soldered the original connectors. If you would like me to build you one i can do that, just give me a pm and we can talk specifics. Always remember even though your buying a better than yours harness, its still 40 years old.