Max Wedge Starter Relay Harness

1962 - 1965 Mopars

  1. VANDAN

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    I'm looking for specs, diagram, info for a harness on my '63. Can't get any venders to fill an order, so may need to make one up. Any pics of an actual Factory set-up would also help. I did post an ad in the Perf Parts WTB section, Thanks
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    i think i got mine from kramers wires to the aternator and coil go along pass side fender relay is under the cowl vent look up photos of lajit maxies
     
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    • EARLY B

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      • chooch

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        If you are going to use max wedge style air cleaners the voltage regulator is going to be an issue plus you will need to drill some extra holes in the inner fender along with the cowl not to mention find the correct screw in clips.
         
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        • VANDAN

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          Yes, there is some work under there yet. I've had these items on order from Jim, but can't get a reply back lately ? Looking for a choke cable set also...
           
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          The clips for the wiring on the pass side by the hinge may be different Dodge vs Plymouth. Also early cars vs later. I will look to see if I have some. AS I remember the wiring harness is about 48" longer on the alt horn end. Try Brewers and Joe Suchy for the harness and maybe the clips.
           
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          You try calling him? I was just talking to him 5 min ago. The metal screw on clips are not reproduced but aren't hard to make & sometimes a close enough match can be found on early C-bodies
           
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          • VANDAN

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            I've called the shop line, and left messages, along with emails, about the orders ? Try again next week...
             
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            • maxwedgechar

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              I have one on backorder from Kramer's. Seems the supplier is/was shut down for the COVID. I ended up running 10 gauge and 8 gauge wires. I was having starter and wiring issues. I finally had the original starter rebuilt and MAX is happy now.
               
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                Still looking & waiting...
                 
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                Give Brian at Crossram Connection in Waukesha Wisconsin a call. He, if anyone would know where you could find what you are looking for.
                 
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                • JPrusinows

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                  Call Brian he's the man. Kramer great as well, but Brian's the man. Here's a few photos from my 63. Image 0977 shows the incorrect white wire holders (inside passenger fender engine bay), they were replaced with the correct clips (two on far left) in P1010547. Hope this helps!

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                    More detail.

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                      Hers is another picture with correct clips installed.

                      Jeff

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                      • khryslerkid

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                        Never saw the metal clips before. My '62 used the plastic. Not a Maxi but all original wiring.

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                        • maxwedgechar

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                          A friend of mine had 2 identical '64 Savoy 6 cylinder 2 door sedans. But they weren't. One was built in Belvedere and the other one was built in St. Louis. Different clips and routing and I guess it depended on who was working the line at the time but some of the parts were in different positions.
                           
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