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Or a poor ground
That's the way to go hope it wasn't a bench seat that would be a hell of a lot harder to get out now you can rest your big ass on the floorboard
I've got Taylor 8 mm wires on my Roadrunner for 10 years no problem at all
Don't know if I'm getting this but you say you got a 360 dizzy in a 440?
At least it was an easy fix
I got a coil relocation bracket from Mancini's[ATTACH]
Possibly a pertronix
I voted repro due to the fact of ease of installation and original appearance. If you're not concerned about originality, go with aftermarket.
Damn RC that's a sweet setup and a good price!
got my coil re locator from AR Engineering as well. not vertical or horizontal, but slanted position. Was told to mount vertically (for warranty...
i'm pretty sure the door jamb wiring plugs into the yellow.
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do you have an electrical diagram? i'm no electrician either, and had my complete wiring out of my car. with the help of the...
what are you using as a reference guide? do you have a wiring diagram? i replaced all my wiring in my 69 RR, and it's something that has to be...
the under dash wiring was hacked up pretty good. replaced that with new M&H wiring harness. all the other wiring under hood and rear looked good....
so, there should be a fusible link in place of that circuit breaker? is that the only place i need one?
was fiddling around under the hood (1969 RR 383), and saw this part hooked up to my starter solenoid. (the silver rectangular part w/2 red wires...
without knowing what year and model, i can only supply this info:
my Roadrunner has the light group too, that blue ignition light is such a cool option.
i could give you more info, but am in south America at the moment, and all my notes are in California. here's a visual
the bulb with the yellow pigtail plugs into light relay, so that when you open the door the ignition light illuminates