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Cruise Control ( parts & wiring )

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I have 67 that I have had for some 38 years and now have decided to restore it. I bought it in 1970 , raced it for three years (auto-cross) then I put it in storage and there is where it has been ever since.
This particular car has the correct hole placements on the firewall and left wheel well cover indicated in the 67 Assembly manual K30 A2 page 271. I would like to put the car back to as original as possible because it has a good option package (will be adding others).
To any member that has a 67,68 with cruise control. Could you please verify the color of the two wires on the regulator? The 67 Chassis Service Manual shows them to be black and blue (accessories 15-8, Fig.9). The 69 CSM shows them to be white and brown/white stripe (accessories 15-8, Fig.10).
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I am talking about a factory installed RPO K30 cruise control that was installed in some 300-350 67,68 camaros.
For those of you that have never seen a factory cruise control on a camaro, look at Chevrolet Camaro (Muscle car Tech) by William Burt chapter 1 page 21 and 23(very rare indeed).
I would also like to know if anyone has any parts or knows of any salvage yards that would have any of these parts. I know there are no camaros in salvage yards but the full size Chevy uses some of the same parts (servo, rgulater.etc.).
Any info. would be appreciated.
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Re: Cruise Control ( parts & wiring )

IIRC - the wiring changes colors at the underdash connector ...
The wiring for the control switch on the turn lever is blue-brown-black - the wiring to the transducer is brown w/white-white.
The control switch wiring goes as follows;
* blue = brown w/white (to transducer)
* brown = red (to brake switch)
* black = white (to transducer)

Many of the GM products shared the same cruise-control parts.
Stuff like brackets for a giving engine type vary widely, but the major components are usually the same depending on year.

I owned a 67 coupe with cruise many years ago and liked using it on trips

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Re: Cruise Control ( parts & wiring )

John, thanks for the reply
The reason I requested the verification is there is a discrepancy in the 67 Chassis Service Manual. The 67 CSM shows black and blue. The 69 CSM shows white and brown/white. I wonder what the 68 CSM shows
I have ordered the harness 2x from American Auto Wire and keep getting the white and brown/white, they insist that this is the correct wiring and colors for the 67.
Thanks again for the info.
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Re: Cruise Control ( parts & wiring )

I haven't really sorted through my parts yet but I picked up a complete cruise assembly less the brake pedal vacuum switch off epay a couple of years ago.
It was listed as from a 68 pickup and has the correct turn signal used on the 67 Camaro but the transducer and servo brackets are different. As far as the wiring: transducer= Brown/W & white, brake switch= red & red, turn signal switch= brown,blue,black that changes to red, brown/w, white at the connector.

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Re: Cruise Control ( parts & wiring )

Ron thanks for the reply.
Looks like the 67 CSM is incorrect.
If you decide not to use your cruise set up I would be interested, keep me in mind.
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