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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old May 18th, 11, 05:05 PM Thread Starter
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68 Camaro Rear Wiring Harness

I need to replace the rear wiring harness for a '68 Camaro Coupe with a fold down rear seat and a '68 Camaro convertible. The issue is:

- where does the front part of the harness come through the interior
- how does it go through the interior
- where does the front part of the harness and the connector go?

All of the Camaro Restoration book and the Assembly Manual does not show where the front of the harness goes?

Thank you in advance.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old May 18th, 11, 05:56 PM
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Re: 68 Camaro Rear Wiring Harness

I have a 68 Coupe. The wiring harness goes over the drivers wheelwell to the interior. The harness goes under the door sill to the drivers side kick panel where it plugs into the main harness. If you look by the emergency brake release you might be able to see where the two harnesses meet.

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Re: 68 Camaro Rear Wiring Harness

x2. There is some sheet metal under the carpet, kind of between the seat and rocker panel that has a few screws holding it on. My main connector is clipped up high under the dash. It has a clip that is "part of" the connector, itself.


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Re: 68 Camaro Rear Wiring Harness

That's what I thought but I couldn't get up under the dash far enough.

I assume that I'll need to pull the back seat and the left rear arm rest assembly. Do I need to pull the front seat along with the door jamb cover and carpeting?

Looks like I have my work cut out for me. Thanks for the info.
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Re: 68 Camaro Rear Wiring Harness

It's probably easiest to do it that way... The front seat is 4 bolts... But kind of a good hulk of weight. You may not have to remove the rear arm rest.?.? The kick panel will be the hardest. The E-brake gets removed for best/easiest access. I'm pretty sure there is a metal "clamp" back in there for securing the harness... :-(


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