Painless 20102 1969-1974 GM Muscle Car 25 Circuit Wiring Harness

Painless 20102 1969-1974 GM Muscle Car 25 Circuit Wiring Harness

America’s Oldest Speed Shop®. This harness includes circuits for. Headlight Switch – Power to. Power wires out of. Headlight switch to head light dimmer switch, tail lights, dash lights and park lights. Dimmer Switch wires include power from headlight switch and power out to low and high beam headlights. Wiper Switch / washer pump- Power to wiper switch and the wires between wiper switch and your wiper motor. Turn Signal Switch – Power into and out of your column mounted turn signal switch. Also included in this kit are both styles of GM turn switch connectors. Note: these will connect to most aftermarket and factory steering columns. Heat/AC Switch – Power into switch and wires between switch and blower motor/resistor block. Ignition Switch – Power into and out of to fuse block (ignition, crank and accessory). Brake Switch – Power into and out of. This includes a third brake light wire. Courtesy Lights – Power and ground circuits for dome light activation. Alternator – Charge wire and alternator field activation wires. (Most alternators can easily be wired up to this Painless harness). Kit is a high output alternator wire that allows you to use up to a 140 Amp alternator. Horn – 40 Amp horn relay mounted to fuseblock. Radio – Harness includes constant. (for preset memory) and. Hot circuits for any aftermarket or factory radio. Also included are two pairs of speaker wires. Starter – Crank signal wire for. Engine section wires including electric choke, coil power, coil to tach signal, oil pressure, engine temperature, and A/C compressor clutch control wire. Headlight section wires including right and left high and low beam headlights, turn signals and park lights. Tail section wires including tail lights, brake lights, turn signal lights, trunk light, license plate light, fuel gauge sender, third brake light, and reverse lights. Dash panel section wires including fuel, temperature, oil pressure, voltage, tachometer, speedometer, high beam and turn indicators and gauge illumination. Door section wires including power windows and locks. Fan Relay Activation Power. Cigarette Lighter light, Brake warning light, generator light. Accessory section wires including cruise control, power antenna, electric fuel pump and. Mounting bracket, rubber grommet, 4 inch zip ties, 70 Amp maxi fuse and a large assortment of crimp style connectors. One thing to never forget – the wiring in your muscle car is forty years old and updating to modern and safe components is easy. These Painless Wiring harnesses feature many pre-wired connections and are color coded to make installation a snap. This harness features a pre-wired factory style bulkhead connector that plugs directly into the back of the fuse block in the factory location. Factory original quick connect terminals are included for the in dash printed circuit board. Pre-terminated plugs for a column mounted ignition switch, dimmer switch, headlights & headlight switch, blower motor, wiper motor, and turn signal switch. Included with this harness youll also find a detailed manual and each wire is custom printed with the circuit identification as well as using GM color codes for easy installation. 18 circuit F-Body, X-Body, A-Body. Compatible with GM Column. By Poz on September 06, 2015. There website was helpful finding parts for my year and checking out was easy Veery happy or as happy you can be Installing a harness. Yes, I recommend this product. Great bang for a buck!! By chesty puller, “Marine” on November 22, 2011. Bought the painless wire harness for my 69 el camino, couldnt be more satisfied with cost, and the easy installation, this company sells great products for much less the cost of others advertised by other web sites on the net. By hot rod on November 10, 2010. It was a good rounded harness the only mod i had to do was for the engine porshion i had one of a kind intake. Related Items / Suggested Parts. 72 Chevelle Wiring Diagrams Chevelle Wiring Diagrams. 70 Chevelle Wiring Diagrams Chevelle Wiring Diagrams. 70 Wiring Diagrams Nova Wiring Diagrams. 71 Chevelle Wiring Diagrams Chevelle Wiring Diagrams. 71 Wiring Diagrams Nova Wiring Diagrams. 72 Wiring Diagrams Nova Wiring Diagrams. 73 Wiring Diagrams Chevrolet by the Numbers – All. Titan Tools 11477 Ratcheting Wire Terminal Crimper. Titan Tools 11475 Self Adjusting Wire Stripper. Please pay for all items at the same time. We cannot combine your order if you have already paid. Not sure this part will fit? Speedway Motors is Americas Oldest Speed Shop® and has been a trusted source for specialty rodding and racing products and friendly expert advice for more than 65 years. Repack the item in a sturdy box, include a copy of your invoice and complete the form on the back of the invoice. All exchanges need to have reshipping charges included. Speedway accepts full responsibility for the accuracy of our listings and product representation. The item “Painless 20102 1969-1974 GM Muscle Car 25 Circuit Wiring Harness” is in sale since Wednesday, April 08, 2015. This item is in the category “eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Car & Truck Parts\Ignition Systems\Ignition Wires”. The seller is “speedway_motors” and is located in Lincoln, Nebraska. 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  • Brand: Painless Wiring
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 20102
  • Interchange Part Number: 910-20102
  • Other Part Number: 91020102

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