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1969 Camaro coupe front head light wire harness

I would like to know if the front wiring harness flips over the ends of the radiator support on both ends of the radiator to the head lights or should they run under the lip the entire lenght?

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Re: 1969 Camaro coupe front head light wire harness

The harness travels through the drivers side at the radiator support and is tucked under the top rail of the support to the pass. side.

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Re: 1969 Camaro coupe front head light wire harness

So at no point should it flip over the top to the other side? Any pic would be great. Thanks
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Re: 1969 Camaro coupe front head light wire harness

What Jim was trying to explain is that when the harness is run the way the factory did it, it is already on "the other side." It goes around the end of the rad support on the driver side, between the end of the support and the fender. Then it goes up and clips on the underside of the channel at the top front of the rad support (you'll see the clip holes starting near where the fender bolts to the support), and then the pigtails for the horns and passenger side headlight drop down from the harness.

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Re: 1969 Camaro coupe front head light wire harness

I figured that was the way it went originally. The body shop that worked on it in 1986 must have had a few to many during lunch.
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I figured that was the way it went originally. The body shop that worked on it in 1986 must have had a few to many during lunch.
That's a possibility.

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Or maybe not enough.

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