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67 Camaro alarm install

can anyone give me any pointers as to how to do the ignition kill on a 67 camaro stock I am gonna install a compustar auto start and gonna try to figure out how to pump the fuel with a mechanical pump to make it start or any other suggestions thanks
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can anyone help me on this please I just want to know if anyone can give me any pointers on installing a alarm and is there any holes in the firewall that will allow wires to pass on the passenger side thank you
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Re: 67 Camaro alarm install

There are no holes, extra holes, on the pass side. You would have to make one and grommet it to prevent chaffing.

A carb'd engine needs the initial step on accel pedal to squirt the fuel and set the choke.
An idle=up solenoid from an A/C equipped car might have enough stroke to squirt a little fuel and maybe enough to close choke plate. Science project is needed.

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can anyone tell me where the best spot would be to drill holes in the firewall so it still looks clean on the outside I am running a big stereo so my power cable is gonna be a 0 guage which is almost 3/4 inch thick
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Re: 67 Camaro alarm install

How about by the antenna hole? Well hidden!


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where is this antenna hole on a 67 camaro no ac car
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Re: 67 Camaro alarm install

The antenna hole is pretty much behind the passenger side kick panel. It comes out, just out of reach with the door open, between the fender and the body. But you can easily run/hide a large gauge wire back there...


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Open your passenger door and look just above the upper hinge as it attaches to the body of the car.
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super old thread but does anyone having any luck with putting wires discreatly through the firewall
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Re: 67 Camaro alarm install

Yeah Tekin - several options from easy to the harder one:

You can re-purpose any of the factory piercings listed in the AIM for options your vehicle didn't have.

You can also drill a new location and use a rubber grommet to protect the line.

You can route new wires through the bulkhead connector of the fuse panel using any of the unused positions. This takes some time and you have to remove the fender in most cases to get to the connector if you have power brakes, unless your hands are small and you are limber.

I would look at the piercings in the AIM then inspect your firewall. Most cars at this point have one or two extra holes already drilled that you can use.

68 and 69's can often use the firewall port for the RS vacuum lines from the headlights to the headlight switch if the car no longer uses vacuum for the RS headlights or never was an RS.


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