This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report (continued from previous day's quote):
The fourth example is wire bundle installations that you can play any of your favorite banjo tunes on, even that great one from "Deliverance." I can think of a couple cases of this. The first is the wire bundle to the interphone jack at the bottom of (engine vendor) (model number) inlets (just aft of the inlet aft bulkhead). See drawing (drawing I.D.) sheet 3 zone A11. The wire bundle number involved is the (part number) wire bundle, and the equipment number of the interphone jack is (I.D.). Just go ahead and strum your favorite tune on the section of wire bundle between the interphone jack and the first clamp. Of course, this jack is only there, I guess, because mechanics used to get sucked into the engines when they were spooled up when they were working nearby. So as (my QA supervisor) says, "is it critical?"--I guess not, unless you’re the mechanic, or the CEO of the airline that has to miss a schedule and buy a new engine because of the damage, along with sending a letter of condolence to the mechanic’s family. The second case is on the wiring of a more critical system. It is the wire bundle that hooks up to receptacle (I.D.) of the EEC (Electronic Engine Controller) (located at the 9 o’clock position of (the engine configuration) (model number) engine fancase). See drawing (drawing I.D.) sheet 3 and sheet 7 zone D11. The wire bundle numbers involved are the (part number) wire bundle and the (part number) wire bundle, and the equipment numbers of the connectors that hook up to EEC receptacle (I.D.) are (I.D.) and (I.D.). Just go ahead and strum your favorite tune on the section of wire bundle between EEC receptacle J-2 and the breakout from the main bundle. I don’t know what will happen if the contacts pull out of the connector insert if the strain relief backshell on the connector fails to take the strain, but maybe you, the experts, know. Anyway, these two cases have never been written up to my knowledge, so please document them for me. I will be inspecting yaks in Siberia if I attempt to. (The Customer Coordinator Inspector) was researching the amount of slack required in high vibration unpressurized area wiring installations just a few weeks ago. Talk to him for what to quote on your finding. If you look at the noted drawings, they definitely don’t show the wire bundles installed taught, like they are on all engines.
The Last Inspector