LB7 Top Wiring Harness/Battery Issues
Ok so I have greatly neglected my truck over the past few years and I am afraid that it has gained me what will be a massive wiring headache...
(back story) So fall of 2017, I went out to start my truck after not having driven it in a few months (probably 3-4) I fired it up and let it warm up a little and then pushed the clutch in and grabbed the shifter. I then popped the emergency brake and moved the shifter to second and then let the clutch out slowly. As I started down the grade of my driveway, I went to apply a little bit of brake and the pedal dropped to the floor. Long and short I discovered that I had at least one rusted and ruptured brake line. I ordered a stainless line kit a few days later and yeah fast forward to now...
Since that time I have tried to let the truck run every so often and have tried to keep it washed. With that being said, I have noticed that the batteries drain 2-3 days after charging them. The batteries have been replaced and are new so I know that isn't the issue.
Upon further inspection, I noticed that either mice or squirrels have had their way with the top Delphi engine harness connector... Several wires (4 I think) on the male side have been broken/chewed through, which has led me to wonder if this could be my drainage issue. If that is in fact contributing, or is the overall problem, what are my options to fix this? Any help to include part numbers would be amazing. I am not a wiring guru, but if a new connector being spliced is what is needed I will take that on.
Any help offered is greatly appreciated!
2004 LB7 RCLB ZF-6: Valair Single Disk-PPE HotX2e.t.-H2ís on 265/70/17 Fierce Attitudes-Diamond Eye 4inch-and a few other odds and ends-