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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jul 17th, 06, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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Angry RS diode harness

On my 67,
I have my new motors, relays and harness all wired up, I have my diode harness connected to the light harness coming back through the firewall but can anyone tell me where it goes from there? Not one diagram I have shows me anything.
One blue wire, with two connectors (one bare and one OEM type plastic connector)
One Brown wire, with two connectors (one bare and one OEM type plastic connector)

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Re: RS diode harness

OK, I think I figured it out. Diode harness comes back through the firewall. Lt blue wire is pulled from the headlight switch, insert unshielded connector in the slot you just removed the lt blue wire from, plug the wire you removed from the switch into the shielded connector provided on the harness.
Brown wire is removed from the ignition switch, unshielded wire from doide harness is inserted into the switch where you just pulled he brown wire out of and then slide the wire you pulled from the switch into the shielded connector on the diode harness.
wires can be easily removed with a small screw driver inserted to force the locking tab down and allows the connector to be pulled out.

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Everything works great!!!

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