Can anyone share or direct me to information and schematics for replacing the wiring in the engine compartment?
I have a 350 crate engine, 200 amp alternator, cold case radiator fans, vintage AC, stock distributor, american auto wire kit for a 1964 El Camino. I plan on adding a sound system...
American Autowire HEI engine harness i purchased a few years ago after my original harness got burned when my carb leaked. i installed it and used the car very little until i tore it down 2 years ago to restore. I ended up buying a classic update wiring kit which is a whole car kit, so i dont...
I have a clone SS with the gauge package, but I don't have the brown tach wire or the dark green temp wire coming through the firewall.
Where would they originate from to find the wires or a place to add the wires? Any info or pictures would be helpful.
I'm diving into an unfamiliar area of wiring. My project 64 EC is not getting a right turn signal. The left one works good. I started working back to the fuse box and the right side just barely lights the test light (dim). I checked grounds and cleaned some terminals but still no good...
I just got a65 AM radio to replace the Sparkomatic AM/FM radio that was in the car. It has 3 tabs in the back corner of the radio. I can't find anything on the rest of the internet as to what each tab is for and the connector on the car is no longer there. Do any of you know the purpose of each...
Hello all. I'm looking for the plug for the ignition switch. All the online parts companies say I must buy a complete wiring harness. My GM parts retailer can't find one without a GM part number, which I don't know. If anyone has one to sell our knows the part number, please let me know...
In this video series that coincided with the release of our 1959-1960 Impala Classic Update kit, Don Bock chronicles the installation of the kit in a 1960 Bel Air.
The fifth episode premiered Monday, check them all out!
In other news, American Autowire recently released our new 1970 Mustang...
MODUBLOX is the newest line of accessory blocks from American Autowire. Add new power accessories and fit them together in any configuration. The first three kits in the series handle your courtesy light, headlights, and wipers.
MODUBLOX demo videos are on YouTube!
Check out the MODUBLOX page...
Monday, April 4, 2011, American Autowire will release our newest Classic Update kit for 1959-1960 Impalas.
You can find all the information about the new kit, as well as other new or coming soon Chevelle products from American Autowire on our coming soon page.
American Autowire has been on a roll! We released three new kits over the past three months! We know there is a lot going on this time of year, so here is a wrap-up in case you missed anything:
1968 Nova Classic Update kit
1964-67 GTO Classic Update kit
Coming Monday, 12/20 from American Autowire:
1964-1967 Pontiac GTO Classic Update Series wiring kit
Intelligent Fuses - sold separately and as bundles for our Highway, Power Plus, Builder, and Classic Update Series kits
Visit our coming soon page for all the details.
Cyber Monday sale begins at 12:00am on Monday, 11/29 and ends at 11:59pm Tuesday, 11/30.
This offer applies to online retail orders only at shop.americanautowire.com that total $250 or more before tax and shipping.
Offer cannot be redeemed by phone or combined with any other offer.
The 1969 Mustang Classic Update Series wiring kit will release on Monday, November 8, 2010.
The kit is listed under part# 510177 and retails for $699.
For more details: http://www.americanautowire.com/comingsoon.html
Do you have a 1968-1972 Chevelle station wagon or El Camino? Wondering why we don’t make a Classic Update series kit for you?
Well, fear not, because we do. You can use our 1968-1969 Chevelle (part# 510158) and 1970-1972 Chevelle (part# 510105) Classic Update kits with this El Camino and...
American Autowire is proud to release the 1968-1969 Chevelle Classic Update Kit (part number 510158) which retails for $569.00.
Classic Update Kits are one of the most complete kits on the market to “Make Wiring THAT Easy”. Designed for specific year, make, and model configurations the...
The 1962-67 Chevy Nova kit (part# 510140) retails for $569 and is the most complete system of it’s type in the industry boasting 14 features including: new fully closed ATO fusebox, compatible with most aftermarket accessories, cluster harness disconnect system, dimmer, headlight and ignition...
How does the harness running down the steering column mount? It is half-round with a clip, so I'm pretty sure it attaches to the column somehow, but I'll be damned if I can figure out how. :confused:
Thanks a lot! :thumbsup: