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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 28th, 12, 10:07 AM Thread Starter
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Turn Signal Harness

I looked in the AIM and its tough to make out exactly where the front turn signal wires route on a 67 RS. They have the grommets on them. It almost seems as if they are supposed to go through the inner fenderwell. There is a hole there, but its too small and the harness is too short to go through there. Actually, as I'm typing this I remember there was a package of turn signal extensions in my box of parts. Maybe I answered my own question. Do they go through the inner fender wells?

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 28th, 12, 02:31 PM
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Re: Turn Signal Harness

All of the lighting wires run from the fuse block and out to the RS relay board area. The turn signal wiring runs past the radiator support and there is a hole for the rubber plug to go in. If you look under your car just above the lower front valance you will see a hole in the lower front part of the inner fender about I'm guessing 5/8" in diameter. There is also a small hole beside it where the ground is connected. From there straight to your front turn signal housing.

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It looks cleaner if you run your wiring under your fender behind where it bolts to the inner fender to the relay board.
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