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Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Central Washington
I second Mark C's advice! I went with the Painless 18 circut for 69 74 GM muscle cars and it was anything but painless. Dont get me wrong it is a very high quality harness but like stated you need to save all your connectors and have access to a GM connector set. I did that and only had to splice a few old lights in (dash & cigerette). It is nice having the extra circuts though As I built a pro-tourer with lots of extra electrical Items, like a electric fan, fuel injection, power seat, and in the future power windows. If you go pianless make sure you keep your old harness for connectors and such. Also plan on spending a few days to do it. It took us about 2 weeks working in the evenings for 4-6 hours each night, but we soldered and heat shrank all the connections and had to test each circut be for sealing it. It is also nice using modern fuses. If you plan on a restoration than go stock it is easier and faster. Another place to look is American Auto Wire as they are supposed to be comming out with a 18 circut modern wire harness with all the connectors installed.
69 RS/SS vert tourer, LS7, T56, Baer, Hydrooost, GW, etc, etc,
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