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Re: What would be the best place to repair auto interior lights?
A motor swap should not have messed up you interior lights unless a harness was pinched during the install. That said I would give the shop that did the motor swap first shot to figure out what they did wrong and fix it for free. A pro (custom) stereo shop may have the experience necessary to track down the issue but not a guarantee. A mechanic would be able to do it but it can get pricey in a hurry as electrical bugs induced by others can take a while to hunt down and you are likely in the $100/hr range for a decent mechanics time.
A motor swap should not have messed up you interior lights unless a harness was pinched during the install. .
I am surprised that your not aware that an engine hoist is designed to test the tensile strength of unhooked wires and cables,
(my son once tested the strength of an odometer cable did you know you can stretch them for a good number of feet when using a tractor loader to remove a cab off a pickup truck).
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