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67 Al
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09-20-18 04:31 PM - Post#2746788    

I bought a 67 El Camino a few months ago which has a new wiring harness. How do I tell what make it is? It looks like the old style fuses and new stock fuse panel. The plug for the combination prop. brake valve wont plug in cause its to small. Its a 90 degree molded plug made of rubber. Its a CPP valve. I rewired my 55 chev a few years back and used American Auto Wiring and it was great and I would us them again. I dont see any markings on the wires telling where it hooks up? What brand is it? Where do I get the right connector?
aawtech
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09-22-18 02:14 PM - Post#2746929    

  • 67 Al Said:
I bought a 67 El Camino a few months ago which has a new wiring harness. How do I tell what make it is? It looks like the old style fuses and new stock fuse panel. The plug for the combination prop. brake valve wont plug in cause its to small. Its a 90 degree molded plug made of rubber. Its a CPP valve. I rewired my 55 chev a few years back and used American Auto Wiring and it was great and I would us them again. I dont see any markings on the wires telling where it hooks up? What brand is it? Where do I get the right connector?



Sounds like stock wiring. The CPP unit uses a much later switch, not the correct pin-style switch for 1967. Post some pics and I can be sure.

Donny

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