In 1969 the position of the Lamp depended on the engine being a SBC or a BBC. I believe in 1970 the lamps were on the right side regardless... Trivial Trivia.I believe the light under your hood will be above your engine dipstick. That's why it could be installed L or R side depending on the model.
FWIW my Baltimore built '69 SS had firewall markings I uncovered when stripping it. The markings were on the bare metal which no doubt showed through the thin black lacquer factory firewall paint when original.The marks were: "ORG" over a "B". The paint code on the trim tag was 72 B.I installed mine just off center on the passenger side. Pretty sure I would have gone by the Factory Assm Manual.??? But it been 19 years + or -...
(P.S. This was a Baltimore built Chevelle. I have since removed the firewall markings.)
Thanks guys for all the help........My 69 has two holes in this exact location on my hood.Here you go:
It will have a long lead wire that goes to the horn relay lugThanks guys for all the help........My 69 has two holes in this exact location on my hood.
Also my 69 has the map light, trunk, glove box and I think ash tray. (ash tray missing)
Now I will have to find out where my power wire went. Should it be hot all the time so the light will work with key off & hood up?