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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Feb 17th, 19, 06:20 AM Thread Starter
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Wiring plastic clips

Where can one get clips that you would use to attach wires to the chassis of the car that go into factory holes, i.e. wire running to dome light or running over front fenderwells/radiator support?
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Re: Wiring plastic clips

Most of the Camaro parts suppliers stock them, Classic Industries for example, #153127.

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Where can one get clips that you would use to attach wires to the chassis of the car that go into factory holes, i.e. wire running to dome light or running over front fenderwells/radiator support?
Finishing up my five-year project, whew... Thanks.
New wiring harness for front lights has them installed and of course your old wiring has them. Are you using original wiring or replacing? But as mentioned easily obtained if needed.

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Re: Wiring plastic clips

Thanks! It is an American Autowire Classic Update.. Unfortunately it doesnt have any of the clips with it... Most of the originals are brittle or broken.

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Re: Wiring plastic clips

Thanks for the Classic Industries tip. Is this type the kind that you wrap the "T" into the harness and then plug into the hole?

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Thanks for the Classic Industries tip. Is this type the kind that you wrap the "T" into the harness and then plug into the hole?
Yes, I used Classic as an example, Iím sure you have a supplier closer.
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