Best bet would be to double check with Rick's. . Orange wire to the + positive terminal on the coil Small Black wire to the - negative terminal on the coil White wire connected to the original distributor wire Gray wire connected to the original brown tach wire Smaller Red wire to the ignition key Large Red wire to the + on battery Large Black wire to the - on battery Those wires that were removed and not re-used at the original wiring harness should have been taped, folded back and tied down to the original harness. Years-old wiring that has been spliced, modified, is dry-rotted or in generally poor condition could lead to an untimely breakdown or much worse, a disastrous fire. Temp lead is already properly terminated.
They are made by American Auto wire and absolutely perfect. Hope this is what you are looking for. How to wire them all together to make the original Tachometer work now is what I am after advice on. You must order the correct conversion. You currently have 0 posts.
The existing lead for the oil pressure switch can be eliminated as it is no longer used. Be safe, not sorry with show-quality, correct reproduction wiring harnesses in your classic Camaro. These wires would have been disconnected upon installation of the 6A and the new wires from the 6A would have been connected to the coil, distributor, and tach as follows. Each wire is cut to the exact length required and wiring terminals are crimped-on just like the originals. To me these listings are just to simply replace what you already have without converting over from non gage to a gage setup. Richard I can only recall one harness in the kit I used that adapted the existting wiring in my non gage console to the required wiring in the console to accept the gages.
Any and all help is always appreciated. Then if you replace both wiring harnesses in the engine compartment engine and front light harnesses with harnesses that are for a gage setup, you'll pickup the tach and ammeter connections through the bulkhead connectors. This reproduction harness starts with the correct gauge wire, color-coded to match the factory wiring diagram. The readers digest version: Yes you need both harnesses if your vehicle did not come with factory gauges and tach. Can I use my existing underdash harness and tie in the console gauge harness or should I get the underdash harness as well? I believe that you only need to select one harness from the above listing that fits the particulars of your car, i. The last item is to remove the existing oil pressure switch and connect the oil tubing from the engine through the firewall to the oil pressue gage. Thanks, Peter One owner 69 Camaro, yep, bought it new To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater.
If specifications call for it, the terminals are also dip soldered to limit resistance voltage loss. As I recall, you can't tell from the console back. The other was a complete harness. Do I have to remove my exisitng one? I would like to add a tach and console gauges to my car. Regarding the console gauge package, Ron Norman McHenry Classic Car Parts sold me both options a while ago.
You currently have 0 posts. Also change out the termperature sending unit to one for gages. You can contact him: mccp voyager. . To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. Wiring color code or symbols, wiring harness, radio and audio wiring, circuit diagram, light switch wiring diagram.
It'll run but not optimally. Complete kit with detailed instructions. Fuel line connection is simply a matter of extending the existing lead for a fuel gage in the dash to get it down to the console. One minor correction to the link I listed above. All needed wiring and easy to follow instructions for factory install. How does the new harness plug in and install and how difficult? To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater.
Hi, I can't answer your question directly as I haven't tackled that part of my project yet. If anyone has done this conversion, please let me know of your experience. Eckler's offers the best in reproduction wiring harnesses for your Camaro. As for the gauge set itself really the only difference is if they are true reproductions - requiring external filters on the fuel and temp gauges, or internal. Only if you really go digging under the dash.