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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Aug 24th, 09, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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Well I put another post about the horn relay in this section as well. I recently installed the front wiring harness for my '67 RS convertible. The harness is from AAW (factory fit). I wanted to post some pics on this site of the relay board and the horn relay. When I got this car the wiring was out of the car (old and worn) and I wanted to check to make sure that the relay board wiring looked correct. Anyhow does this look correct? I put a bunch of pics to follow. I guess that it doesn't really matter what relay gets what wiring. I kind of matched up the terminals to the relay and just plugged them in .......

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I tried to resize these as well, is it any better?

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I just looked at the schematic and it looks like it should work to me! Confirm those black wires on R3 go to GND.

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Thanks Tom, I will double check the ground. It seems when alot of people have trouble with these lights it always reverts to the ground..... I was more concerned with the correct connections. I will try to leave this linked pic on the site so it will come in useful to others in the future. I guess there isn't a way to reset that circuit breaker if it breaks. huh?

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also did the pics resize? When I originally posted them it came up ok on my laptop but Jim asked me to resize because they were too large.....

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Scroll down this page to see the correct wire colors

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thanks mark when i get home i will check.

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