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I have searched all over this site for instructions on how to wire my harness correctly to my ignition. The car came with the harness already installed and it seems that it has been modified to work with the Swap the issue I have now is that wires that lead into the firewall have fallen out of what seems to be some sort of fuse panel (back side).

So what I really need is what wires need to where to crank my ls engine. Seeing three wires right know that where connected to that fuse panel. One wire I have tracked goes all the way to the starter and the other 2 seem to be grounds.

Any help or diagrams on how to correctly wire my ignition wiring would be greatly appreciated!
 

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The wires are not damaged. Seems that the wires that where connected to the fire wall (back of a fuse panel) on a panel where disconnected. Three wires where connected to this panel. Seems the panel is the back of the fuse box that is under the dash.
 

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Alwhite00,

The wires are not damaged. Seems that the wires that where connected to the fire wall (back of a fuse panel) on a panel where disconnected. Three wires where connected to this panel. Seems the panel is the back of the fuse box that is under the dash.

The Picture is just something that looks like what I have.
 

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Alwhite00,

The wires are not damaged. Seems that the wires that where connected to the fire wall (back of a fuse panel) on a panel where disconnected. Three wires where connected to this panel. Seems the panel is the back of the fuse box that is under the dash.
Ok, why not just plug them back in?
 

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Well it seemed that they where connected, but not secured very well to whatever pin it was on.

Think they fell off when I was cleaning my wire in my engine bay.
One wire is fed to the starter, so what does that need to be connected to?

The others seem to be grounds. I say this because the are grounded to the engine bay and fed to this back panel fuse.

Sorry to be so confusing, this is the best I can describe it.
 

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One wire is fed to the starter, so what does that need to be connected to?

The others seem to be grounds. I say this because the are grounded to the engine bay and fed to this back panel fuse.

Sorry to be so confusing, this is the best I can describe it.
That looks like an aftermarket fuse panel. Are all your wires labeled? You need a wiring diagram to figure out whats going on. How are we supposed to even know which wire you are talking about? We dont know what wire fell out, what color it is, where on the panel it is, etc... You need to help us in order for us to help you.
 

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Team Chevelle,

Smitty454 is so correct, I should have done a better job explaining the situation. Hopefully the updated pic will send a clearer message.

From what I can tell, this should be the back of the fuse panel. Three wires are attached to the to it. Orange which is leading to my starter, Red which is connected to the alternator, and Black which is a ground (since its grounded to the frame.

What I need help with is to make sure this wiring is correct and my Red wire come disconnected during the purchase of the car. To include the pin in the fuse that it was connected to broke off. Any possible solutions? Or, there a better way to wire this?

Bought the car like this, and I haven't even started yet because I wanted to make sure wiring was correct.

Any help Team would be greatly appreciated!
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