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I am restoring my Camaro and it's at the wiring stage.Before I start I
would like to get some ideas about hiding as much wire as I can.Any ideas?
Thanks JB

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You can hid just about all the wiring under the hood by running it inside the frame.

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Make sure you have a schematic diagram on hand before you begin.
Use grommets anywhere you go thru sheetmetal.
To extend wires, cut and solder and then use heat shrink over the connections.
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Originally Posted by johns79camaro
Good day,
I am restoring my Camaro and it's at the wiring stage.Before I start I
would like to get some ideas about hiding as much wire as I can.Any ideas?
Thanks JB
Heat Shrink
Loom (braided is my preference - they also now make a 'split braided' that is really nice)
zip ties where necessary
Use the frame to your advantage

Hope This Helps!
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Thanks for all the info.I will try to find some split braid and route it
through the inner fender panels as they are open on both sides.
JB
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