First one, if it's located near the glove box, is the connector for the blower resistors for a non-A/C car. Not used on an A/C car.
Can't think of two browns together off the top of my head. Where are they located?
First one.....that's wierd cuz my car has these wires and it was an original A/C car. However the wires were also tied around the top of the dash when I removed the dash. Is it possible they came in all cars and not just A/C delete cars?
Second one....this wire(s) are located near where the radio is.
There was another pink/black stripe wire I just removed.....it was plugged into the fuseblock at the "IGN" terminal and it is a factory wire...I wonder what this used to go to?
It must be a gauge dash, right? For the gauge dash there was only one harness used. It has wires for either A/C or heat only. The two brown wires from one connector is the power to the A/C harness. One wire comes form the fuse the other goes to the heat control head connector, not used on A/C cars. The pink/bk wire is likely part of the 71 only anti-dieseling relays, part of the A/C circuitry.
Your pink wire goes to your A/C harness up under the dash near your control head. The two brown wires also go too your A/C harness. If you look you should find the plugs near the control head close to each other.Your harness has feed for non A/C or A/C option.
That pink wire runs all the way from the fuse block to one of the relays behind your glovebox. If your car is like mine it has the heater harness dangling, A/C was a factory add-on so this harness is replaced with a whole new one, just left the old one in there 'cause it was easier.
I think Louie Hammel has a wiring diagram for removing the relays...
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