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Question Wiring Inst. cluster printed circuit connector

I have recently installed a new dash in my 71 chevelle. I went to hook up the guage cluster lighting, and realized, there was no cluster printed circuit connector. I ordered one from ground up restorations, they told me that you may be able to help me with the wiring. Do you know what color wires get hooked up to the connector, and how many? I have some wiring diagrams already, but they are not clear.

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Re: Wiring Inst. cluster printed circuit connector

Are you saying that there's no 12-pin connector? If that is the case you may just need to get a used one to splice onto the wiring. I have a custom dash and don't need my connector, maybe you could use it.

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Re: Wiring Inst. cluster printed circuit connector

Go here: http://www.azendrud.com/gauges/

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