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New electrical wiring

I am restoring a '67 Camaro RSSS convertible. The engine wiring harness needs replacing for sure. What other wiring is needed to replace all the wires under the hood? David
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Re: New electrical wiring

Looking at the firewall connectors, the pass side is the engine electrical, wiper, and heater blower power harness.
The drvr side connector is lights and alternator harness.

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Re: New electrical wiring

the best thing u could do is get a painless wiring harness for ur car u will be thankful in the endprobably the best 500 dollars u will ever spend on ur car.
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Re: New electrical wiring

I would recommend American Auto Wire for any wiring harness. They fit like they were made by GM 40 years.

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Re: New electrical wiring

x2 on American Auto Wire - Factoryfit.com harnesses. Painless are anything but.


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Re: New electrical wiring

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They fit like they were made by GM 40 years.
Same goes for M&H harnesses.

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Re: New electrical wiring

X-3 on AAW a little pricey but worth it....

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