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Old 10-30-2009, 01:50 PM
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Rewiring 62 Chevy C20

ok all i have a 62 chevy c20 that i had an electrical fire in so i decided to rewire it completely. i have been having issues wiring the headlights, taillights and blinkers. i want to put in togle switches for my lights as i have a flip switch ignition. if anyone can help me figure out how to wire the lights it would be greatly appreciated. also i wish to use the stock hibeam kickswitch

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There are plenty of harnesses out there that will suit your needs.
I'm using E-Z wiring(speedway motors) on my Rat Rod. Very
simple. Just follow instructions. Good luck
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It is not that hard to do just take your time and make good connections.

The high beam switch is just a two position switch, one goes to low the other to high. The head light has three prongs on it one for low, one for high, and the last for ground. So when you take it one step at a time it is not hard.

Just do one circuit at a time and things will go fine.
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