Feb 22nd, 01, 01:27 PM
Just wanted to know if the camaro and firebird harness is interchangable. I am talking about the complete setup, incl. the fuse block, underdash, and light harness.
68 Camaro 396 powerglide 3.73posi
Soon to be daily driver
Feb 23rd, 01, 04:31 AM
I REALLY NEED THIS INFO. Can anyone help?
Feb 23rd, 01, 09:41 AM
hmmm.... that is REALLY debateable. I think painless wiring offers one for 67-69 Camaro/Firebird, but since it is universal i would assume that there is some lengthening/shortening involved. If you need a harness, go to year one (a little higher, but good quality) since they have both and could tell you the difference. ALso you might want to try "Lectric Limited" I came across them at the Bloomington Vette show a couple years ago. They make complete reproduction harnesses for GM vehicles (i think to the original spec exactly) good luck
Feb 23rd, 01, 02:57 PM
Check with M&H Electrical Fabricators at http://wiringharness.com/ . They are VERY helpful. And if you need a harness they make them for many of the suppliers.
72 El Camino (http://members.home.net/jimmy4/rick1972elky.html)
Feb 25th, 01, 12:16 AM
Well letís see... the Firebird headlight harness, Firebirds have quad headlights and the park lights are under the bumper. The engine harness, Pontiac starters are on the drivers side, oil pressure sending unit is on the pass side rear at the filter, water temp sending unit is front off center on the intake manifold. Interior harness, Firebirds did not use gauges in the console or courtesy lights in the sail panels. Tail light harness, A Firebird has two tail light and one backup light bulb per tail light assembly.
Those are the only differences I can think of...