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i have spent over 2 hours searching this forum, ebay classified pictures trying to find the correct wiring layout on the back of the Alternator. I have found a ton of pic's taken from the front side which obscures the backside layout :(
I am hoping someone can either post a pic or direct me to a source of the CORRECT wiring orientation on a 67 SS. The dilemma is i have a factory harness that appears to be to long unless I "clock" (rotate the back of the Alternator. I know the harness clips to the LF inner fender (which is also missing. I am also trying to GUESS where the Missing strain relief clip that snaps into the back of the alternator. Guessing at the routing and clip locations leaves a lot of excess wire or not enough depending on how it's routed.
I have the replacement clips and correct tape. The harness appears original and uncut except for the incorrect black tape used and missing clips. Hope this make sense ;)
Currently looking at the BACK of the alternator, the BAT stud is at ~ 12:00.
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THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!! Strange that they would leave that much excess wire between the fender clip and alternator 馃檮. I may just tidy that up a bit by moving some of the excess back under the fender well. It's a friends car and very nice but not concourse and I try for a cleaner look with wiring
Thank you again ;) 馃嵑
 

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i have spent over 2 hours searching this forum, ebay classified pictures trying to find the correct wiring layout on the back of the Alternator. I have found a ton of pic's taken from the front side which obscures the backside layout :(
I am hoping someone can either post a pic or direct me to a source of the CORRECT wiring orientation on a 67
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This correct wiring routing from an unrestored '67 SS. The alternator is always clocked with the flat side facing the valve cover.
 
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