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Name that Wire! (help!)

Hey all, while repairing the starter on my '67 (ignition wire on a header) I got chasing up the loom and cleaning things as I went and wound up with these three extras coming off the left (passenger sided) bulkhead connector. (the /pair/ of connectors are on the drivers side, of course -I'm just referring to the left of the two connectors)

I'm pretty sure the big orange wire (#3) is the heater blower motor wire (don't need it -using vintage air setup), but can you guys verify that and help me ID #1 and #2?

#1 and #2 have not been in service and have been dangling since I bought the car in 2000.

Thanks in advance!
Aaron

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Re: Name that Wire! (help!)

#1 looks like the oil presseure sending unit wire for an idiot light.

#2 is a guess on my part: Green wire is temp sending unit.

Like I said just a guess as both would come out of the harness on the right (drivers) side of the engine.

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#1 looks like the oil presseure sending unit wire for an idiot light.

#2 is a guess on my part: Green wire is temp sending unit.

Like I said just a guess as both would come out of the harness on the right (drivers) side of the engine.
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blue is oil pressure, green eng temp and orange blower motor.

Sometimes it's better to let someone think your an idiot, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt...

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Re: Name that Wire! (help!)

Yay! You guys rule! Thanks for the help! Is it worth finding a way to hook them up, or would it require special sensors? I have a oil pressure and temp sensor (aftermarket sun gauges) anyway. Always nice to have spare lines though the junction block for a rainy-day idea/mod/upgrade in the future.
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