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Were does the colorcoated wires from a factory remake 1962 impala engine harness conect to

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    i have an reproduction factory fit engine wiring harness for a small block 327 in a 1962 chevy impala that has 8 wires on it green and purple are together each one has its own conecter on it then dark green and light green together with a plug style end brown wire by itself plug style end blue and yellow next to eachother with seprate plug style ends and dark green are next to them with a insulated white wire conected to it with one conecter for tha two. what colors go were.the engine harness wiring kit is from american auto wire .

  • d most Sep 12, 2010

    i have a factory replica of the engine wiring harness for a 1962 chevy impala 327 its color coated but i need a diagram to find were everything goes

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Hi! It's kinda old... Have you checked the HAYNES or CHILLTONS repair manual if they have a copy for the 1962 impala engine wiring harness? Try to visit the auto parts store or bookstores near you. They may have a copy of the manual of your car. HOpe this helps and have a nice day!

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    Hi! Hows it going?

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This is for engine wiring only. Refer to diagram :

  1. Fuse block
  2. Coil
  3. Distridutor
  4. Voltage Regulator
  5. Generator
  6. Starter
  7. Battery
  8. Solenoid
  9. Temp sender unit(engine).
  10. Oil pressure sender unit(engine)

  11. were does  the colorcoated - 098a154.jpg

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    Rene Rossouw Sep 12, 2010

    There is a third connector on the B connector on the voltage regulator. A red wire that leads to the horn relay B connector. On the coil the light green wire from the solenoid DOES NOT connect to the negative side of the coil but connects to the positive side of the coil.Apologies for that error.

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