Depends on which harness. I did my Prolong charge/discharge install in about 35 min. if you don't count the back and forth text exchange with Scott K. to answer a couple questions.
I can't imagine one brand of harness differs much from another, but I have not compared them.
The most time consuming aspect of that install is removing and replacing the IMA cover.
I'll check when I get home. I got my harness from mjspiess last month. One end goes into a Prolong charger.I think that would work if the harness has instructions
Mudder can probably do the harness install with a blindfold on… but here are some instructions. I installed my Prolong (discharge ready) harness…. Not hard to do. My only precaution - step #20. Make certain the wires are lined up perfectly in the spade taps, and properly seated. Double check fan operating before putting everything back together…😳😂I'll check when I get home. I got my harness from mjspiess last month. One end goes into a Prolong charger.
Does the trunk latch 'whirr' when you try to open it? If so, you need a new TLC (I'll bring one).I won't need the lift, but would appreciate someone helping me figure out my hatch handle not working. It opens by key, but not the handle. The good news is that the inside isn't all put together...
Not sure which harness this is, but it doesn't look like a complex one that needs battery removal?Joule is correct about the harness only taking about 35 minutes for a simple grid charger.
Thr harness for the old Mike D/Hybrid Revolt charger requires a battery out to route and connect everything.