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MrImpalaMan 
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03-07-17 05:10 AM - Post#2680145    

I have a 1964 Impala SS with a factory fit harness and my wiring doesn't fit my current stop switch. The switch currently in my car has two prongs spaced far apart and the plug on my harness is close together and offset. If I ordered a stop switch from AAW would it match my new harness? There isn't a picture of it on the website. Thanks.

Paul
1964 Impala SS 327 4 speed


 
aawtech 
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03-08-17 09:39 PM - Post#2680485    
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  • MrImpalaMan Said:
I have a 1964 Impala SS with a factory fit harness and my wiring doesn't fit my current stop switch. The switch currently in my car has two prongs spaced far apart and the plug on my harness is close together and offset. If I ordered a stop switch from AAW would it match my new harness? There isn't a picture of it on the website. Thanks.



Aren't those individual leads on the FF dash harness? Should plug on fine. We do not stock a OE style 64 stop light switch, but they are all over the place. Shouldn't be a problem.

Donny




 
MrImpalaMan 
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03-10-17 08:31 AM - Post#2680711    
    In response to aawtech

Okay. When looking again I now see individual leads and a plug with the spades connected in an offset pattern. Both are black/white-black/orange wiring. I will assume now that I know the stop switch should have individual leads, that the plug is for something else.

Paul
1964 Impala SS 327 4 speed


 
aawtech 
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03-10-17 11:15 AM - Post#2680733    
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  • MrImpalaMan Said:
Okay. When looking again I now see individual leads and a plug with the spades connected in an offset pattern. Both are black/white-black/orange wiring. I will assume now that I know the stop switch should have individual leads, that the plug is for something else.



The "T" shaped connection? That is for the console lead.

Donny




 
MrImpalaMan 
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03-11-17 10:26 AM - Post#2680880    
    In response to aawtech

Donny, you've been a great help! Thank you!

Paul
1964 Impala SS 327 4 speed


 
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