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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old May 23rd, 15, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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alternator wiring

I bought a front light harness, for my 67, and had to extend my alternator wires, since the harness is set up for an alternator on the drivers side, and mine is on the passengers side.
My question is what is the best way to route the wires from the firewall gutter to the alternator???
Should I go near the passenger side of the carb??

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Re: alternator wiring

The factory harness for LWP in 69 routed it in the u-channel on the front of the core support. "Best" is what suits you.

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Re: alternator wiring

The alternator wiring harness is running along the top of my driver's inner fender. When it gets near the front of the engine it runs across the front of the engine to the alternator. I made a small L-shaped bracket that bolts to the front of the drivers side head. I used wire ties to hold the harness to the bracket.

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