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After removing the radio I can see almost behind the insturment panel from the passenger side and I noticed 2 green wires hanging in open space about 3in. away from the signal flasher. I believe these are for the origional speaker in the top of the dash?

P.S. - The radio I removed was a aftermarket that was connected to the 4 speakers that were installed.

I also noticed that the ground screw right to the left of the radio area was loose so I went to screw it back and I noticed that it acts like it's stuck on something?
I believe this screw also holds the signal flasher bracket in place?

EDIT: I also want to add a little question to this post. Is the fuel gauge (in-dash. no console gauges) susposed to register the fuel level even when the engine is off and key out? Or is it susposed to go off when the key is turned off?

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I'll chime in since no-one else has, not sure of your year, but my 67 registers the fuel level at all times, even with key out... closest 2 green wires I can come up with looking at schmatics, does your high/low beam indicator switch work? I show 18T/14LBL/16LG/20LG from foot switch to harness under dash (once again on 67'). Not sure of ground as mine has aftermarket radio and alarm (previous owner) and mines a bit hacked... :(
 

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It's a 1968. Everything else in the dash works, except the heat & A/C controls. That's disconnected at the blower I believe. Is the heat & A/C panel susposed to light up in a 68?

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It's a 1968. Everything else in the dash works, except the heat & A/C controls. That's disconnected at the blower I believe. Is the heat & A/C panel susposed to light up in a 68?

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Going from memory here....
Yes the heater control lites up I think its a single gray wire with a bulb socket, plugs into pass side of heater control.
radio to speaker should be dark green and blk
hi beam indicater is lt green
 
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