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Old 10-03-2007, 06:40 PM
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i have an 83 camaro z28 .i cant figure out what wires i need for the starter and alt!!!!the wires were burnt and then cut out two yrs ago.i have no idea???the wiring is factory and i have three thick red wires into one and one thin orange wire at the starter? i have the plug for the alt but not the wire that goes on the term. on theback of the alt.it got factory hei ign and a nomal 83 gm alt and starter .PLEASE TRY TO HELP ME?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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Old 10-04-2007, 05:35 PM
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do a search for DOCVETTE posts on this bulletin board. I don't know if you know who he was, but he passed away about 3 weeks ago.He was the electrical GURU on this site. If it involved voltage and wires he was da man. Well anyway they have taken many of his posts and wiring diagrams and placed them in a archive/memorial so to speak,here on the web site. You will probably find what you are looking for there. DANG IT, MISS YA DOC!!!!Good luck Brian
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Harness

Sounds like it's time for a new harness. I don't remember if the 83's had an early computer or not? If not, you can probably use a generic wiring harness. But it just may be possible that you can order a new original one through a GM dealer or a place like GM Parts direct?

That harness is almost 25 years old now and sounds like it's in pretty bad condition. Yeah you could repair it with help, but you'd still have a 25 year old harness that has who knows what gremlins will pop up and when.

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