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Username Post: rear harness        (Topic#346057)
Big T 
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Big T
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07-16-17 06:39 PM - Post#2700288    

along the harness path from the trunk to the dash, there are two wire tracks. One on each side of the seam weld.
I am using the inboard track. there are 1/2 inch hole about every 24 inches. Can you tell me what those holes are used for?
There are wire clips every so often along the seam weld that look like wires could be run down the outboard track as well. Is that a valid option?
Thanks
Tom

Tom

55 4 door BelAir


 

Lee T 
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Reg: 07-05-12
07-17-17 03:29 AM - Post#2700309    
    In response to Big T

The wires go on the inside, they would be more likely to get wet on the outside.

edit: I thought I had a picture and finally found it. This is an original low mileage car that has had some foam glued in at some time.





Edited by Lee T on 07-17-17 04:05 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Big T 
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Big T
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07-20-17 01:32 AM - Post#2700675    
    In response to Lee T

Thank you Lee. Appreciate the pic. That's what I wanted to verify. Inner track.
By chance does that clip snap into 1/2 in hole in the floor? That could be what the holes are on mine. if that is the case, I don't have the clip and will need to hunt them down or find alternatives
Tom

Tom

55 4 door BelAir


 
Lee T 
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07-20-17 06:43 PM - Post#2700771    
    In response to Big T

I believe those wire clips are spot welded in.



 

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