You're welcome, and no, celtic warrior, the wiring in my engine bay was in good order, though I don't doubt that some Compasses did have this problem, but that is one thing I look at before it leaves the lot, along with how easy/difficult parts will be to repair/replace down the road. I just don't trust the dealership to do the PDI (Pre Delivery Inspection) the way I like it (and my ex was also a mechanic), but I have seen some rather shoddy work on other vehicles, and like your friend, when I work on wiring, I never leave someone's vehicle like that.
Not too long ago, I installed a push button start in a friend's Ford Explorer, I just made sure everything was taped up well so the connection was good, so even with their "shocking personality," lol, they wouldn't BE shocked.
Anyways, not sure what parts houses you have over there, but they should have what you need, and yes, "conduit" is probably the same thing. Some of the wires in the harness are a pain, so just be careful not to pull too hard on anything and you should be ok getting it done yourself. Good luck! If you need any more help, feel free to ask. Talk to you soon.
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