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Well, as long as we're on the subject of blue wires. While changing my headlight switch the other day I accidently disconnected a blue wire under the dash. Can't figure out where it goes. On a 65 whats the blue wire under the dash?(whats it for?) and where does it hook?
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edit- BTW- Nothing is obviously out or not working on the dash either. The end of the wire has a female plug on the end too.

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On my 67, one light blue wire runs the left turn indicator (20ga); another goes from the heater control to the heater resistor (18ga). I have wiring diagrams for a 67 here if that might help.

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My Nova had to blue wires that led two the original temperature sending units (6cyl car). Steve D, that sounds like what it may be for your ride also.

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