orange stripe goes closest to the engine and solid black goes closest to the driver. There is a good layout in the 69 Factory assembly manual. If you dont have it, I suggest you get it for all the other things you will run into.
Its a bear to work under there so I suggest you glue the ends onto the switch, maybe even mini hose clamps too, with about 6" of hose, then use a union to reconnect to the hoses as they exit the dash area. If you ever need to work on that switch it will be easier to disconnect the unions and not worry about reaching under there to re-attach them to the switch in that tight corner. Just my 2cents arent the RS's fun to play with?
Jim, They sure are! Never been around a RS before. To make things more difficult, the car came to me in pieces. If I'd been able to disassemble it first it would have been easier going together. I just put the repro dash pad in and it's a good 3/4 inch short. How am I going to fill that? I need to find a oem dash pad. Most repro stuff isn't worth the powder to blow it to ....! Thanks for the help. How was the run in Seattle area?
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