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post #31 of 40 (permalink) Old Dec 20th, 12, 09:20 AM
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Re: 67 rs headlight wiring

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Carl , The diode is under the dash in between the ignition switch and the gauges . You should see a wire with a disconnect plug on it going from the ignition switch going to what is the diode... I fixed mine before I had the gauge cluster in,so you have your work cut out standing on your head looking up to see all this stuff...Hope this helps
Thanks! Unfortunately I've spent a fair amount of time crammed in that space recently. I put in a temp tach to hold me over until I do my gauges, had an alarm installed followed by stereo, then I went back in and wired a parking brake bypass. In between the stereo install and PB bypass is when the headlights stopped closing. Figured something accidentally got pulled or blown. Lots of new electrical stuff added (all wrapped in black tape and/or convoluted tubing). It has me researching alternator upgrade, The Big Three, headlight wiring upgrade, etc...

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PM me your email carl and I'll send some files on the wiring. These will help you out big time
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Re: 67 rs headlight wiring

carl , you said the car had an alarm and stereo put in,They may have move the wires 1 to many times when hooking it up. Mine prob went bad when I took all my wiring out of my car.
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Jason - thanks for the color diagram. Color makes a huge difference!

Jared - got the email with the docs. Love the troubleshooting guide, will help a lot. I'll cram under there in the next few days and see what I can see. Hopefully I won't have to take the gauge cluster out (and by default the steering wheel) to get to the ignition wiring/diode...

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Re: 67 rs headlight wiring

I'm having the opposite problem. Turn on lights no low beams but have high beams and doors will not open. If I lightly push doors they open up. Then when I turn lights off the doors close by there self. Any help/suggestions would be great.
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RSss69 , We need a little more info, Are you working on a 69 ? With a new wiring harness ? Give us some more info and team camaro will get you going.
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I'm having the opposite problem. Turn on lights no low beams but have high beams and doors will not open. If I lightly push doors they open up. Then when I turn lights off the doors close by there self. Any help/suggestions would be great.
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If you have checked out the electrical side as you know how it MIGHT be the clutch pack at the bottom of the doors are not adjusted correctly. If the washers are too tight or too loose, the doors can mimic an electrical problem. I went through this about 10 years ago & was totally baffled as to why the system didnít operate properly. Then I wound up adjusting the clutches on the doors. Then, they worked great for about the next 10 years & mine is a semi-daily driver. I'm attaching a little trouble shooting YouTube video. It only covers a VERY SMALL portion of things that can go wrong.

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Sorry about that, its a 67 with a new AAW harness. I've been reading different threads and one thing I have found is both my low beams are bad so I'm going in the morning to buy new bulbs. If they are bad will that cause the doors not to open. If so why would they close though? What else should I check. Is it possible I have the relay board wired incorrect. The relay board is also new, from Rick's.
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I'm resurrecting this thread... Here is my problem on my 67 RS/SS. A while back, everything was working fine, I was driving at night toggling between Hi-Beams and Lows when at once, I lost my Hi-Beams. I figured it was the Dimmer switch and replaced it. That did not work. Now I'm up for inspection and would like to fix it.

With my Volt/Ohm meter I do have continuity with the Green wire from switch to bulb
I do have voltage with the Tan, Low Beam, but not the Lt. Green Hi-Beam.
I figured maybe that new switch was bad an just bought another ($10.00 buck, why not?) Nope (Anybody need one?)
I still do not get a voltage reading on Hi Beams (I am grounding to black)
I also checked with other bulbs I had on hand and while they were older, I did check all those for continuity (which I don;'t think I'd have if they were burned out)


What might I be missing? What does that Diode mentioned early do?

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