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Finished wiring harness from Rhode Island Wiring


Shawn Piper

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I apologize for the duplicate post if you've already seen this in the Discussion area. This is a follow-up to my previous post about electrical components.  

 

A few days ago, I received a very nicely packaged and documented harnesses in the correct colors and tape!

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My old connectors and grommets, if proprietary, were transferred over.  The old harness was also returned as well.   

 

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As for the price... this was the first 6-fuse 2002 harness they had made and it cost quite a bit.  However, relative to the price of restoring a car, it wasn't too bad.  Definitely worth it.  

 

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I'm not sure! You'd need to check the wiring diagrams to be sure.

 

Did the 1970 cars have lighted side markers? 69 didn't have them. 69 was also 6 fuse. I'm not sure if there was difference with the cold start relay as well? 

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On 5/20/2021 at 11:34 AM, Shawn Piper said:

I'm not sure! You'd need to check the wiring diagrams to be sure.

 

Did the 1970 cars have lighted side markers? 69 didn't have them. 69 was also 6 fuse. I'm not sure if there was difference with the cold start relay as well? 

thanks Shawn - no my car's side markers are not lighted.  My car has a manual choke - what do you mean by cold start relay?  70 is a 6 fuse.  

 

 

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By cold start relay,  I mean the square relay by the resistor.  This relay had its own sub harness on my car and was not incorporated into the main harness.  I thought that this might have been incorporated into the main harness at some point? 

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Looks great! I've been thinking about having them build a new 74 touring harness for me. I have a spare complete harness for them to use but wanted to do some modifications. Did you have any modifications made? How many connectors were proprietary and reused? 

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