The Beast gets rewired finally

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    Cutlass looks good!
     
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    ROFLMBO!!


    Bab!!!:crazy:
     
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    That car is SWEET......when do I get to see it in person?

     
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    I would like to sit in that chair, drink beer & watch him do this.

    :crazy:


    Good luck sir!
     
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    When you come over to a cruise by my house. :crazy:
    I'm hoping Parts Place gets my new seat spring assembly within 2 weeks.
    I'm waiting on that to complete the seats upholstery.......BEEEN waiting....:whine:

    NO ONE has it ......big time backorder for months now.

    What a deek!!!! LOL I'm very determined now. I have 2 races coming up
    that I want to participate in up at Road of America. So I have a limited
    time frame to finish. Thanks tho......I'll be done after I blow up the Electrical
    section with questions up the arse.

    Any recommendations on how to relay the power winders ???
    IIRC those are negatively grounded and will require some special attention to wiring.....
    as is the wiper motor.....I have pics to post to ask WTF on.....
     
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    Take some pics and also take notes on where you got all of the connectors to hook the lights and everything back up!
     
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    Aceshigh Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Headlights ?? That's idiot proof. Those connectors only go in specific sockets.

    In reality, the AAW HWY 22 kit comes with all new connectors for most everything.
    Sockets for lights might be the only thing it doesn't. I could be wrong tho.....
    This kit is truly COMPLETE.

    I can't tell ya how happy I am with it......this is an awesome product.
     
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    Nevermind, I forgot the relay on the steering column is the winder relay. :screwup:

    Anyone know what this black connector is that I found below my seat ??
    I can't find it on the schematics. I can't trace it out either because my sound
    deadener is covering it, but it was run UNDER the seat with the Window controls.

    Is this the seat belt buzzer thing ??
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    Got the new steering connector wired up, and in place with the harness ran for the lights.
    Getting the old blades out was a PITA.....then scraping them, and rebending the pinchers. :confused:
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    Are you able to reuse the rear harness with this fuse block?

    The rear light was the main concern cause I didn't know if you had to reuse the old ones or it came with it. Or it actually used the factory connection.
     
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    Yes.

    If you look at the schematics, the rear wiring goes to a connector.
    All you have to do is reuse the connectors.
     

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