|04-08-2008 12:00 AM|
I used EZ wire on an older car, a '68 Nova. One thing I was glad I did was save the half moon connector on the chassis side out of the steering column. The EZ wire kit connector was different and had no adapter that was even similar, it was a useful reference for matching wire color for parking and turn signal wiring. A newer vehicle kit may contain the correct connector. Just a thought that might help you later on.
It all looks pretty intimidating right now, but it's not that bad, good luck.
|04-07-2008 09:32 PM|
|NEW INTERIORS||this is the one I just got off ebay.|
|04-07-2008 09:22 PM|
I'm not looking to buy a harness just yet. I've asked about harnesses and it's either painless or EZ. So was i right about when i go to order to ask for power locks, window wiring for the doors or will it just come with the harness? Also is there anything on the harness i took out last night that i should save? Thanks for the advice!
|04-07-2008 08:48 PM|
|NEW INTERIORS||Yes EZ wire has what you are asking.The 21 circuit has it.I have used it on all of my car's.EZ wire is a very nice kit.I buy all of my kit's on ebay.Just got a kit two day's ago.|
|04-07-2008 03:53 PM|
|richard stewart 3rd||
The Painless chassis wiring harness has the items you asked about plus others.
|04-07-2008 11:46 AM|
I'm doing a complete resto on my 79 Camaro z28 and will most likely go with a EZ harness. This might be a stupid question but does the wiring harness come with power windows, power locks? I would think you can specify when you order the harness if you want those options right? I'm going to buy new doors just wasn't sure if i should keep the wires in the existing doors. Thanks