Join Date: Jan 2000
Location: Houston, TX USA
Jaybird, you are correct that you can just pop the connector out of the block and then remove the old resistor wire, and then solder your new 12 gauge wire to that connector and then push it back into the block until it "clicks" in place. Like was said above, you will be better served by installing a relay and leaving the factory resistor wire in place and using it to trigger a relay that will carry the required voltage.. Have you seen the post recently about the RS/SS that burned because of faulty wiring? Something to think about.. Wiring in these cars is not an area where you want to go cheap or anything less than professional.
1969 Camaro SS 350-383ci./365HP, T-56, 12 bolt, Power Trax Locker, 3.73 gears, 4 whl disc, Deluxe black houndstooth interior, rear window defogger, tilt steering, floor console w/gauge package, center mntd. clock, tachometer