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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Apr 7th, 19, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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68 bulkhead connector schematic

I have searched this forum and read that the electrical diagrams went "dark" for various reasons. I have a full 68 wiring schematic which I have used to do almost all of my rewiring as it was badly hacked when I bought it - long story. What I cannot find is a CLEAR schematic of the pin-out of the 68 bulkhead connector. The I know what wires pass through, but not which one is which coming out of the connector. The bulkhead connector is a right and left side, which are mirrored. The right side has 4 pins on the top and bottom row, and 3 on the second and third row. I will attach a picture if possible. Any help with this would be appreciated.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Apr 8th, 19, 04:52 PM
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Hello - Can you do me a favor and fill in your name and location on your profile?

Here are 1967, and 1968/69 bulkhead routing diagrams in color. The PDF is not color but lists the actual wire purpose and color. In theory these should match. Note that in both "Before Conversion" = standard non console gauges, and "After Conversion" = with console gauges installed.

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Good stuff! Printed, and placed into my cook book.

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Oh yes, exactly what I was hoping for. Thanks 69-Pace. And yes, I will fill in my info. Best, Doug

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