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Old 09-15-2002, 05:47 PM
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Say where can i get a wiring diagram for a 1937 plymoth? I would appreciate some help on this oneThanks
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Old 09-17-2002, 02:03 PM
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i don't know if i can help or not. i've got a manual for '46-'48 plymouth. the wiring diagrams aren't much to look at, very simple. i can't imagine that they changed that much in between. if you want i can get a scan of it and email it to you. send me private message if interested.

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Some one disconnected all the wiring on this ole car. I could use what you have on the elec. system. Ignition for sure. And maybe charging system.
I sure do thank you a lot.
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hey slider i'll bet you a dollar to a doughnut its exactly the same as your truck.
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Dud!!!! There i go ,creatin my own problems again. Of course it`s a lot like my truck.
Thanks i think!!! Some days it just don`t pay!!!
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check your private messages.

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It's been awhile since I've worked on my 39 plymouth, but I've decided to wire it. My question is with so many wiring co. out there which do you guys consider the easiest and best buy? I've heard of Painless,auto-wire,haywire and ez-wire plus many others. I believe ez-wire was the best priced but are they as easy and do they have the quality as lets say Painless? Thanks for all your help in the past.
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I have used both. Love them both. Either one makes wiring a real pleasure.
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I just put in a wire harness from ST. Wire & Cable
It was very easy. I used the 12 circuit model in my 51 Chevy pickup.
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wiring diagram

I have a wiring diagram for your 1937 plymoth I could fax It to you
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wiring schematic for 48

Can anyone help me with a wiring Diagram for my 48 plymouth ?
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