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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Dec 5th, 13, 12:15 AM Thread Starter
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2 harnesses left to plug on 70 SS dash???

I'm ready to put the dash pad back on but absolutely cannot find where two small harnesses plug. This is a new harness, but the old harness has the same two small harnesses attached and they were not marked when removed. Also, I can't seem to find the wire color on the wiring schematic. One of them is a three wire plug in the are of the steering column. It has an orange, grey and white wire. The other is over to the right side of the dash and has 2 wires connected together in a single plug that would fit on a male blade somewhere. These two wires are brown, and large (assume 12 or 14 ga.) and a black with what appears to be a purple stripe. The wiring schematic shows a brown 14 guage wire going to the resistor on the heater box, but I've already got a multi plug wire on it and there's no place for anything else.
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I'm ready to put the dash pad back on but absolutely cannot find where two small harnesses plug. This is a new harness, but the old harness has the same two small harnesses attached and they were not marked when removed. Also, I can't seem to find the wire color on the wiring schematic. One of them is a three wire plug in the are of the steering column. It has an orange, grey and white wire. The other is over to the right side of the dash and has 2 wires connected together in a single plug that would fit on a male blade somewhere. These two wires are brown, and large (assume 12 or 14 ga.) and a black with what appears to be a purple stripe. The wiring schematic shows a brown 14 guage wire going to the resistor on the heater box, but I've already got a multi plug wire on it and there's no place for anything else.

Orange/Gray/white = connector for the console extension harness.

The brown/back/pink tracer combo is the power feed for A/C cars apart of the compressor switch feed control.

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Orange/Gray/white = connector for the console extension harness.

The brown/back/pink tracer combo is the power feed for A/C cars apart of the compressor switch feed control.

This is correct information

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Orange/Gray/white = connector for the console extension harness.

The brown/back/pink tracer combo is the power feed for A/C cars apart of the compressor switch feed control.
Thanks. I guess I'm done then, since this is a no console, no A/C car.

One other question though, the part of the harness to the right side of the dash that gets the flasher........... where does the clip for it attach. I've got the clip and the screw, still on the original flasher, just don't know where to put it.
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It goes on too if the brake pedal bracket. I can get you a pic later today. I have one on my bench at home.

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