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Old 07-01-2010, 02:19 PM
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350 sbc engine wireing diagram HELP

Can anyone paste any 350 sbc thumbnails on the correct wireing diagram for a 350 sbc engine ,,or give me advise were to get one?? thanks.. would like to start the engine but have the wires were they belong....

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It would probably help if we knew what kind of car it was going into and if it has a factory harness and what was in it originally
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350 sbc engine wireing

Sorry bout that...it came out of a 64 chevy impala and going back into it..i have the harness but cant tell as were to connect them again...such as alt,,dist..carb ect.....just thought a picture is worth a thousand words...thanks
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Here you go: http://1968convertiblecamaro.com/tec...#impala_wiring
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350 engine wireing

Thanks for the input,,,have a happy ride
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