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Routing of console harness

Does anyone have a picture of how the wiring runs for the console harness? Or the page/section in the AIM for this?

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Re: Routing of console harness

Thanks.

Here's a stupid question...does a manual console shift car have any lights on the console like the automatics do? I converted from a pg to muncie and left the existing harness which has 2 lights in it.

I'm guessing I should just pull the bulbs and tape the sockets out of the way.

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Re: Routing of console harness

Yes, there is a courtesy light at the very rear of the console, below the ash tray lid.

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Yes, there is a courtesy light at the very rear of the console, below the ash tray lid.
Thanks, I've got that hooked up but theres 2 additional sockets where the old automatic shift plate went.

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No the shift pattern doesn't light up like on an automatic so you can remove that harness.


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No the shift pattern doesn't light up like on an automatic so you can remove that harness.
Thanks. I pulled the bulbs and tucked the harness out of the way.

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