I sold (non-eBay) a 'customer' a wiring harness for the engine bay out of a Nova, sight unseen. I didn't falsely describe it, I just said it was in pretty good shape for a used harness, missing a few connections but splice-able (which is the truth). Since it was from the firewall out, I didn't know how to seperate from the fuseblock without tearing up other stuff, which I wanted to leave intact. I ended up cutting off at the firewall, again to be easily splice-able. I really did not know of another way to do this, and thought it would be acceptable. My dad was saying it was something I could do, but apparently we had a miscommunication and he was talking about something else. The guy is not only unhappy but demanding his money back. Just so I know for future reference, how would I go about seperating something like this from the fuseblock so I can just sell that front harness only? Thanks.