OK, this breaking wire thing in the chassis-to-door wiring harness is getting tiring. Does anyone know if the later replacement wiring harnesses are any stronger than the stock harnesses for the 2000 model year? After having the driver's rearview mirror (both axis) quit working last year, then also noticing the driver's door lock LED wasn't coming on, I found three broken wires in the chassis-to-door wiring harness. I fixed these by splicing (soldered) in heavier wires and insulating with medium heavy heat-shrink tubing. So, yesterday afternoon, after nine months and 13k miles of driving it to work most every day, I just had the internal door handle quit working. When pulling each wire to find the break last night, three wires came free. So, I've spliced in three more heavier wires, but I figure I've still got more to go, and I'm going to have problems stuffing many more of these heavier wires through that rubber corrugated conduit. *Why* they break is more obvious to me now - they undergo a fairly sharp bend when the door is closed, then they're stretched fairly taught when the door is full open. Too bad they couldn't design this section a little better - like offset them vertically more so it undergoes a less-radical twist, but its pretty tight, and perhaps not feasable. So, does anyone know if the replacement harnesses offer any sort of increased resistance to this chronic wire breakage problem over the original stock harness, or should I looking into making my own harness out of really heavy wire, or stock up on enough replacement harnesses to last me another 70-100k miles that I am likely to have it?