Thanks for the invite. I think I have all the info now. DZ Auto supplied me with the following, and I'm going to Big Jim's Sat. to view his '71 SS396 convertable w/ C.I. with notebook, and camera in hand.
Cowl Induction Wiring Harness:
DZ Auto say's:
There is a total of five parts for the complete elec portion of the CI system:
Wire harness (repo, its an excellent harness)
Gas pedal switch
Bracket for gas pedal switch (with screws)
Relay (and screws)
Solenoid (and screw)
First thing to do is install the wire harness through the firewall. The firewall has 2 square holes, one for the existing acclerator cable, and below that square hole is another square hole with a plug in it for the CI harness(remove the plug, if you have pwr brakes, the brake booster hides these holes). The CI harness has a round grommet to go into the square hole (I'm serious!) Feed the harness through the square hole (one pink, one tan wire and then 2 pink wires with connectors) and push the round grommet into the square hole.
If your car HAS a turbo 400, you already have the second and third parts (switch and bracket). The harness for the t-400 will have 2 pigtails at the switch, so you just plug the CI harness into those 2 pigtails (it doesn't matter which wire goes to which pigtail).
If your car DOES NOT HAVE a turbo 400, then you have to install the switch and bracket at the gas pedal. The bracket for the switch REPLACES the existing pedal shaft retainer (held in place by two screws) so that the switch can be installed. Then, plug the CI harness connectors to the terminals on the switch (2 pink wires with connectors, doesn't matter which plug connects to which terminal). Next, the pink and tan wires connect over at the fuse block. The pink wire connects to the IGN terminal and the tan wire just above it (the connectors/terminals are designed so that the connectors can ONLY go one way, thus, you cannot connect them wrong). The relay attaches to the firewall with screws and there is a double connector on the harness with pink/tan wires which will ONLY connect one way to the relay. The other tan wire connects to the third terminal of the relay and then goes up to the solenoid at the hood.