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283_turbofire 
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05-29-17 07:45 AM - Post#2693341    

Hi,
I'm looking at a 1965 Impala Classic Update Kit for my 1965 Impala SS.
If I buy this kit, will I be able to replace every wire on my impala, or are there other (extra) harnesses I need to buy?
Thanks for the feedback

1965 Chevrolet Impala SS 283 cui with Powerglide 17" Torq Thrusts


 
aawtech 
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06-01-17 07:45 PM - Post#2693911    
    In response to 283_turbofire

  • 283_turbofire Said:
Hi,
I'm looking at a 1965 Impala Classic Update Kit for my 1965 Impala SS.
If I buy this kit, will I be able to replace every wire on my impala, or are there other (extra) harnesses I need to buy?
Thanks for the feedback



It is very complete. It will not take care of your factory A/C if so equipped, power windows, rear defogger or other options. It will take care of all the basic items including the console, trunk lid, rear body, engine, front light, etc. Buy the two tools as well. Worth every penny.

Donny




 
zims23 
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06-04-17 08:45 PM - Post#2694415    
    In response to aawtech

I just purchased this kit for my 65 Impala. I will make some posts as I work through the install. I just ordered the tools.



 
zims23 
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07-16-17 08:40 PM - Post#2700297    
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I finally got around to installing the kit for my 65 Impala. I have just started, so far so good. I am at the courtesy light install. My impala has courtesy lights in the sail panels. I am interested to keeping these the same. The AAW kit appears to only provide parts to install what appear to be underdash lights. I want to run the courtesy lights off of the driver's door pin. There are instructions for this. Any help is appreciated.



 
aawtech 
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07-17-17 05:07 PM - Post#2700387    
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  • zims23 Said:
I finally got around to installing the kit for my 65 Impala. I have just started, so far so good. I am at the courtesy light install. My impala has courtesy lights in the sail panels. I am interested to keeping these the same. The AAW kit appears to only provide parts to install what appear to be underdash lights. I want to run the courtesy lights off of the driver's door pin. There are instructions for this. Any help is appreciated.



They are in the rear body harness I believe. Check that set of instructions. They are provided for sure.

Donny




 
283_turbofire 
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08-11-17 02:04 AM - Post#2703722    
    In response to aawtech

Thanks a lot for the input guys.
I wanted to add some power windows, electrical fans, ... so I was wondering If they're easy to add in ths harness


Mark

1965 Chevrolet Impala SS 283 cui with Powerglide 17" Torq Thrusts


 
aawtech 
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08-13-17 05:45 PM - Post#2704021    
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  • 283_turbofire Said:
Thanks a lot for the input guys.
I wanted to add some power windows, electrical fans, ... so I was wondering If they're easy to add in ths harness


Mark



There are dedicated circuit feeds in the harness for both Mark. You will be good to go.

Donny




 
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