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Old 02-02-2007, 06:54 PM
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70 Chevelle heater control

I need new pigtails for my 1970 Chevelle AC/heater control switch. It's two separate pigtails - I don't need the whole harness. Anybody know where I can purchase? I have a new switch, also.

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The fan speed switch is electrical.
All other controls are vacuum.
Are the "pigtails" hose or wire?

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I need electrical pigtails for the blower motor. I have bought a new (blower speed) switch, but I would like to have new pigtails to plug into the switch.
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I need electrical pigtails for the blower motor. I have bought a new (blower speed) switch, but I would like to have new pigtails to plug into the switch.
New or used.
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Doc here,

I don't think they make "Pigtails" for the motor..You'll have to change the plug and pins on the existing motor wires.

Same would apply for the body Or switch side of the harness, (although they do have harnessing for that)

The easy way to do it is replace the plug and pins. However you could go to the boneyard and find one and untape the whole harness and extract the switch harness, it's power and ground connections as a whole unit, and do it that way. It's messy, time consuming, but does work.

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