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Old Apr 4th, 11, 08:54 AM
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Default 1970 Nova wiring help needed

Can someone help me with the firewall harness for a 1970 SS350 car? I swapped out the harness for an American Autowire kit. I hooked up the wires that I knew of, starter, oil switch, windshield wiper, coil, blower motor, but my car doesn't have anything else to hook up to. I know there is a temperature switch, but mine was missing. I plan to put that back in, so that I can figure when I get the switch. But there are about 4-5 wires with nowhere to go. They all come out of the harness on the passenger side. HELP!!!!!!!!!
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Old Apr 4th, 11, 11:28 AM
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Call tech support at American Autowire they will gladly help you out with that problem!
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Old Apr 4th, 11, 12:31 PM
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here's an album with all the ChevyII/Nova wiring schematics... locate your year and copy to your files...

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Old Apr 4th, 11, 02:51 PM
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you need help with the forward light harness side or the engine harness side? or both?
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Old Apr 4th, 11, 06:53 PM
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Didn't the kit come with instructions? The American Autowire kit I installed in a 68came with color pictures for instructions that show where each wire goes. If you would have bought the Painless kit it would have it written on the wires where it goes. It is a good chance that the wires you havn't installed yet go to the voltage regulator. What colors are they
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Old Apr 5th, 11, 07:24 AM
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Nope, I got the American Autowire kit, and it was nothing but a harness in a bag. From the best I can figure, it is the TCS wiring that is left over. My car doesn't have this.
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