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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Apr 10th, 13, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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69 convert wiring

I am looking for a diagram of convertible top switch harness , mine was completely missing , help
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Apr 10th, 13, 09:01 AM
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Re: 69 convert wiring

The AIM has the diagrams in the options section C06 (Power top). But basically there is a power feed wire from the horn relay to a firewall mounted 30A circuit breaker, then another power feed wire that goes from the breaker through the firewall and into the power switch harness (dash switch) that also runs to the rear top motor through the drivers side rocker panel chase. The dash switch has power running to the center lug and the motor 12v path is on the top and bottom lugs. The top and bottom lug wires go to the motor and run the different directions. Motor is grounded to chassis via a pigtail wire.

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Re: 69 convert wiring

do the rubber motor mounts go in from bottom? point up an snap in and motor pushes in place over point?? Thanks
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Re: 69 convert wiring

Nope, rubber motor mounts get pushed into the motor flanges first to the stop, pointy end down. Then the motor is placed on top of the body supports and a tool is used (like a dowel) to seat the rubber mount to the body.

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