Hi, I’m hoping someone here can help me with a frying wire problem. I’ve highlighted the wires and ones associated in the pictures below to help make it easier to see on the diagrams. The car is 1973 Type LT w U14 gauges. Associated wires to the frying one are in ORANGE. The wire frying is highlighted GREEN, it is frying right out of the ignition switch only when the key is turned on. When I got the car the whole wire was burn from ign switch to fuse box so I replaced it w regular wire close to the original gauge. The original wire was a solid single core and it was replaced w a multi strand(not sure if that’s a problem or not, or if original wire has a certain resistance). I’ve tried replacing the alternator, new ignition switch, and I’ve traced back all wires and they go where they should. I’ve tried putting a resistor both out of the ignition switch and also where it connects to the alternator with no luck. I’ve read about the original amp gauges burning out but I have the whole cluster and amp gauge disconnected and the wire will still get very hot and melt with key on. I also found that the wire highlighted in YELLOW coming out of the firewall plug to the engine isn’t connected to anything and it says “Resistance Do Not Cut”. Does this need to be connected to something? I’m running HEI and i know it was originally to provide power to the stock coil while cranking. It goes back to the ignition switch so that makes me think it could potentially be a problem? Please help, this is the only thing stopping me from driving my car): if someone is local to the California Bay Area, I would be willing to pay to have someone come help me.