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Adding an underhood Fuse Block to a 1994 Camaro Harness

Hi guys,

I was wondering if anyone out there has done this and has some instructions or know how to help me do this. The 1996 B-Body harness that I have has an underhood fuse block, but there is also alot of uneeded stuff that I'd like to get rid of. I sliced the A-4 connector and the anti locks/windshield wiper connectors off.

Any ideas?

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Hey Man, Look no farther than the GM Helms manuals to get the wiring info you need. All the rest are just show the partial sub systems and leave out alot of what you need. The prices are getting better on the Helms manuals. You seem to have been doing good getting the thing wired up to run. I believe with a Helms manual for the B-body and another for the F-body, you can figure out what you need. You're question is real general too, what are you trying to use from the B-body underhood fuse box? Here is a link to a site that has a lot of LT1 wiring for free. http://www.lt1swap.com/ But I like the OEM Helms manuals because they are complete. Good job on the Jag, its gonna come around once you get all the bugs out. Nolan
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Wow, that was EXACTLY what i was looking for. Thanks Nolan! The guy is super nice too -- had lots of good tips on what to do. The one harness i was gonna buy fell through so I'm still looking -- hopefully another one turns up (that is m6 this time too.)
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