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Wire Harness Installation
Instructions
For Installing:
#20110 Classic Customizable Chevy II/Nova
1966-67 Harness 21 Circuit
Manual #90522
Perfect Performance Products, LLC
Painless Performance Products Division
2501 Ludelle Street
Fort Worth, TX 76105-1036
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90522 Installation Manual
January 14, 2014
Copyright © 2002 by Perfect Performance Products, LLC
NOTE :
If your vehicle has an existing harness, you will want to retain it for the
possible re-use of various Pigtails & Connector housings, particular to your
application.
Included in this kit is a sheet of pre-printed labels, to assist in
identifying of connections as the existing harness is removed from
the vehicle.
If you do not have an existing harness, there is a package of terminals
included with the harness that will enable you to make most of the connections
needed. Replacement lighting pigtails & sockets can be readily obtained from
your local parts distributor
TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Figures.…………………………………………………………………………
List of Tables.………………………………………………………………………….
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1.0
Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………..
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2.0
About These Instructions…………………………………………………………………………………...
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3.0
Contents Of The Painless Performance Wire Harness Kit (Part #20110)………………….
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4.0
Tools Needed……………………………………………………………………………………………………
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5.0
Removal of Original Wire Harness……………………………………………………………………….
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6.0
Pre-installation and General Harness Routing Guidelines……………………………………….
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7.0
General Harness Installation Instructions……………………………………………………………..
7.1
Rough Installation………………………………………………………………………………….
7.2
Terminal Installation and Making Connections ………………………………………….
7.3
Grounding The Automobile……………………………………………………………………..
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8.0
Harness Attachment by Section…………………………………………………………..………………
8.1
Fuseblock Mounting……………………………………………..………………………………..
8.2
Tail/Dome Section Connections………………………….……………………………………
8.3
Engine Section Connections…………………………………………………………………….
8.4
Headlight Section Connections…………………………………………………………………
8.5
Dash Section Connections…………………...…………………………………………………
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9.0
Testing the System…………………………………………………………………………………………….
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10.0
Wire Connection Index and Fuse Requirements…………………………………………………….
10.1
Fuse Requirements…………………………………………………………………………………
10.2
Wire Connection Index……………………………………………………………………………
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8.4
8.5
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8.8
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8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
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8.15
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8.21
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8.24
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The Painless Performance Wire Harness Kit (Part #20110)……………………….
Engine and Front Harness……………………………………………………………………..
Original Fuseblock…………………………………………………………………………………
Pre-Routing Engine and Headlight Sections……………………………………………..
Screws Securing Adapter Bracket……………………………………………………………
Fuseblock Mounted………………………………………………………………………………..
Routing Dome Light Wires………………………………………………………………………
Door Jamb Switch………………………………………………………………………………….
Driver Kick Panel and Jamb Routing…………………………………………………………
Wire Routing in Trunk…………………………………………………………………………….
Fuel Sender Wire Routing………………………………………………………………………..
License Plate Wire Routing………………………………………………………………………
Backup and Brake/Tail Sockets………………………………………………………………..
Wiper Motor and Engine Wire Routing……………………………………………………...
Wiper Motor Connections…………………………………………………………………………
Maxi Fuse……………………………………………………………………………………………….
Electric Choke Connections………………………………………………………………………
Alternator Connections…………………………………………………………………………….
Brake Pressure Warning Switch Connection……………………………………………….
Typical Fan Relay installation……………………………………………………………………
Headlight and Park/Turn Light Wire Routing………………………………………………
Passenger Side headlight Wire Routing……………………………………………………..
Dimmer Switch Connection………………………………………………………………………
Turn Switch Connector Removal……………………………………………………………….
Turn Switch Connector Pin-out………………………………………………………………….
Steering Column Covered for Protection…………………………………………………....
Instrument Panel Connections…………………………………………………………………..
Ignition Switch Connector…………………………………………………………………………
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 10.1
Table 10.2
Fuse Requirements………………………………………………………………………………….
Wire Connection Index…………………………………………………………………………….
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1.0
INTRODUCTION
You have purchased what we at Perfect Performance Products, LLC, believe to be the easiest to install
automotive wire harness on the market. It is designed for easy installation, even if you have no electrical
experience.
All kits have a built in anti-theft feature. Remove the fuse labeled "coil" from the fuse block; this will
prevent the vehicle from starting.
The fuse block and fuses have been updated. The proper fuses have been pre-installed in the fuse block.
In addition, all wires have been color-coded and printed. This will help you to identify the different
circuits during installation and later if additions to the overall system are necessary. For fuse
specifications and color designations, see Section 10.0.
In addition, all of our kits have "accessory" terminals at the front of the fuse block for your convenience.
These terminals may be constantly hot or "switched" hot but all are non-fused.
This Painless Performance wire harness is designed to be used with a 1966-67 Chevy II/Nova. All of the
wire in this kit is 600 volt, 125˚c, TXL. Standard automotive wire is 300 volt, 80˚c, GPT with PVC
insulation.
This complete automobile wiring system has been designed with three major groups incorporated into it:
TAIL/DOME GROUP
Includes taillights, right and left turn signals, brake light, fuel
tank sender and the dome light.
ENGINE GROUP
Includes starter solenoid, battery feed, alternator, voltage
regulator, distributor, water temperature, oil pressure, and air
conditioning.
HEADLIGHT GROUP
Includes high beam, low beam, park, right turn, electric fan,
horn.
DASH GROUP
Includes wires to connect to indicator lights and switches to their
proper sources.
2.0
ABOUT THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The contents of these instructions are divided into major Sections, as follows
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
Introduction
About These Instructions
Contents Of The Painless Performance Wire Harness Kit (Part #20110)
Tools Needed
Removal of Original Wire Harness
Pre-installation and General Harness Routing Guidelines
General Harness Installation Instructions
Harness Attachment by Section
Testing the System
Wire Connection Index and Fuse Requirements
Sections are divided into subsections and Paragraphs. Throughout these instructions, the Figure
numbers refer to illustrations and the Table numbers refer to information in table form. These are
located in Section and Paragraphs corresponding to the number. Always pay special and careful attention
to any Notes, especially those in Tables, and any text marked CAUTION.
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3.0
CONTENTS OF THE PAINLESS PERFORMANCE WIRE HARNESS KIT (PART #20110)
Refer to Figure 3.1 to take inventory. See that you have all the parts you are suppose to have in this kit.
If anything is missing, contact the dealer where you obtained the kit or Perfect Performance Products,
L.L.C. at (817) 244-6898. This wire harness kit should contain the following items:
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PP-662
The Main Wire Harness (with the fuseblock wired in and fuses installed)
Tail Light Harness (plugged into main harness)
Dome Light Harness (plugged into main harness)
Fuseblock Mounting Plate
Parts Kit (contains terminals, splices, and extra fuses)
High Output Alternator Kit PP-662
Maxi Fuse with holder and cover (in Bag Kit)
Rubber Grommet (in Bag Kit)
2 packages of Nylon Tie Wraps (in Bag Kit)
2 Door Jamb Switches (in Bag Kit)
12 Instrument Panel Light Bulbs (in Bag Kit)
8 Harness Mounting Clamps (in Bag Kit)
Main Wire
Harness
Mounting
Plate
Bag Kit
Tail & Dome
Harnesses
Parts
Kit
Figure 3.1 The Painless Performance Wire Harness Kit (Part #20110)
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4.0
TOOLS NEEDED
In addition to your regular tools, you will need, at least, the following tools:
Crimper tool Note: Use a quality tool to avoid over crimping
Wire stripper
Test light or volt meter
Small ( 10 amp or less) battery charger
5.0
REMOVAL OF ORIGINAL WIRE HARNESS
5.0.1
Locate the engine and front harness and unplug them from the bulk head connector at
the firewall. Disconnect the the other end of each of the wires and remove the harness
from the vehicle.
Figure 5.1 Engine and Front Harness
5.0.2
Locate the two screws that secure the fuse block to the firewall and remove. Disconnect
the wires from the dash cluster, switches and lights. Remove the door sill plate and kick
panel on the driver’s side floor for access to the wires going to the rear. Remove the rear
light sockets and retain for reuse. Remove the rear harness from the vehicle.
Figure 5.2 Original Fuseblock
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6.0
PRE-INSTALLATION AND GENERAL HARNESS ROUTING GUIDELINES
The installation mainly constists in two parts:
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The physical routing and securing of the wire harness, wires, and groups.
The proper connection of the individual circuits.
These two major tasks are not separate steps, but are intergated together. That is, you will route wire
and make some connections, route some more wires and make some more connections.
We can not tell you how to route your harness, but we can offer some guidelines. Pre-installation and
general harness routing guidelines starting in Section 6.0, GENERAL installation instructions in Section
7.0, and precise instructions concerning the electrical connections you have to make, beginning in Section
8.0. Remember this harness was designed to be routed in the original manner.
To help you begin thinking through the installation of your new harness, read the following sections.
6.0.1
6.0.2
6.0.3
6.0.4
6.0.5
6.0.6
7.0
Famiarlize yourself with your harness by locating each of the sections as listed in Table
10.2 Wire Connection Index on pages 20-22.
(whenever a particular section is referred to in these instructions it is shown in “ all
caps”: ENGINE SECTION A)
A good exercise is to lay out the wire harness on the floor next to your vehicle and
indentify all the SECTIONS. You will want to route the harness through and around open
areas. Inside edges provide extra protection from hazards and also provides places for tie
wraps, clips, and other supports.
Route the harness away from sharp edges, exhaust pipes, and hood, trunk, and door
hinges.
Plan where harness will be located. Always allow enough slack at places where
movement could occur (body to frame, frame to engine, ect.). Use a support every 12
inches unless the harness routes under the floor carpet.
At the wire ends don’t depend on the terminals to support the harness. The weight could
cause terminals to disconnect or copper wire strand to break.
The wire should be bundled in groups. Use tie wraps, convoluted split loom, or electrical
tape for harness coverings.
GENERAL HARNESS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
7.1
ROUGH INSTALLATION
Note: Harness routing and shaping is a time consuming task. Taking your
time will enhance the beauty of your installation. Please be patient and
TAKE YOUR TIME.
7.1.1
Mold harness groups to the coutour of the floor pans, firewall, fender panels,and
any other areas where wire or harness groups are routed. Remember to always
route the harness away from sharp edges, exhaust pipes, hood and door hinges.
Note: Do not tighten tie wraps and mounting devices at this time. Make all
harness attachments LOOSELY.
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7.1.2
Attach harness groups to your vehicle with clips or ties (provided with this kit)
starting at the fuse block and working your way out to the front and rear groups.
The dash wires should be routed out of the way of any under dash obstacles,
such air conditioning, radio, etc.
7.1.3
When used every 1-1/2” or so on the visible areas of the harness, the plastic
wire ties make a very attractive assembly. A tie wrap in other areas every 6” or
so will hold the wires nicely. Convoluted loom also makes for an attractive
assembly.
CAUTION:
DISCONNECT THE POWER FROM YOUR VEHICLE BY REMOVING THE
NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE FROM THE BATTERY.
Note: Make no wire connections or permanent mounting of any kind at this
time!!!
7.2
TERMINAL INSTALLATION AND MAKING CONNECTIONS
Note: In the following steps you will be making circuit connections. Before
you start, you should carefully read Section 8 as appropriate, and
continually refer to Section 10, DOUBLE-CHECKING your routing and
length calculations before cutting any wires and making connections.
Giving special attention to all switches.
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
Have all needed tools and connectors handy.
Select the correct size for the wire and stud application.
Determine the correct wire length and cut the wire. Remember to always allow
enough slack in the harness and wires at places where movement could possibly
occur, such as automobile body to frame, frame to engine, ect. Double-check
your calculations.
Strip insulation away from wire. Strip only enough nessessory for the type of
terminal lug you are using.
Crimp the terminal onto the wire.
Note: Make sure the terminal is crimped with the proper crimping tool. An
improper crimp will NOT make a good conection.
CAUTION:
7.2.6
7.2.7
7.3
DO NOT OVER CRIMP
Connecting the harness throughout the groups is a redundant process. Make
sure that each wire is first properly routed and then attach. DO NOT ATTACH
FIRST THEN ROUTE AFTERWARD.
When all wires are attached, tighten the mounts and ties to secure the harness
permanently.
GROUNDING THE AUTOMOBILE
A perfectly and beautifully wired automobile will neverless have bugs and problems if
everything is not properly grounded. Do not go to the careful effort of installing a quality
harness only to neglect proper grounding.
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
Connect a Ground strap or Cable (even a 10-gauge is too small) from the
Negitive Battery terminal to the vehicle chassis (frame).
Connect a Ground Strap from the Engine to the Chassis. DO NOT RELY UPON
THE MOTOR MOUNTS TO MAKE THIS CONNECTION.
Connect a Ground Strap from the Engine to the Body.
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7.3.4
If you have a fiberglass body you should install a terminal black to ground all
your gauges and accessories. Ground the Terminal Block and everything will be
grounded.
Note: Grounding straps may be purchased from most auto supply stores.
8.0
HARNESS ATTACHMENT BY SECTION
8.1
FUSEBLOCK MOUNTING
8.1.1
Take the grommet provided and install into the hole in the adapter plate. Route
the ENGINE and HEADLIGHT SECTIONS through the adaptor plate hole and
firewall while bolting the fuseblock to the adapter plate, allowing the assembly to
hang free.
Figure 8.1 Pre-Routing Engine and Headlight Sections
8.1.2
8.1.3
Route the DASH SECTION (ignition, instrument panel, headlight switch,
etc)around the kick panel, over the steering column and the along the bottom
the dash.
Position the fuseblock assembly so that the grommet is centered in the bulkhead
hole. Using the 2 screws provided attach the fuseblock adapter plate to the
firewall. See FIGURE 8.2 & 8.3
NOTE: The fuseblock itself does not have to be grounded.
Figure 8.2 Screws Securing Adapter Bracket
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Figure 8.3 Fuseblock Mounted
8.2
TAIL/DOME SECTION CONNECTIONS
8.2.1
8.2.2
Take the DOME LIGHT SECTION and route it up from behind the drivers side kick
panel, up through the A-Pillar over to the dome light. NOTE: If your dome
light wires are in good condition you can splice the new wires to the
original ones in the kick panel area.
Take the White wire on the Dome Light Harness and route it from the door jamb
switch on the drivers side along the bottom of the dash to the passenger side
door jamb switch. Connecting the white wires at the jamb switches and
connecting the headlight switch connector (wire at headlight switch connector
installed at factory) allows the dome light to be turned on when either of the
doors are opened or the headlight switch knob is turned. Note: New door
jamb switches have been provided with the kit.
Figure 8.4 Routing Dome Light Wires
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Figure 8.5 Door Jamb Switch
8.2.3
Take the Tail Harness and route it from the drivers kick panel down the door
jamb toward the rear of the vehicle. Routing the harness in between the rear
seat and the body into the trunk. Once in the truck route the fuel sender wire to
the fuel sender. Route the remaining harness over the fender and under the
trunk opening. SEE FIGURE 8.7
Figure 8.6 Driver Kick Panel and Jamb Routing
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Figure 8.7 Wire Routing in Trunk
8.2.4
Locate the wire for the fuel sending unit and route it as shown in Figure 8.8.
Connect the wire to the sending unit.
Back of Rear
Seat
Figure 8.8 Fuel Sender Wire Routing
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8.2.5
Locate the wire for the license plate light in the harness and route it through the
grommet going out of the trunk. Connect the wire to the light.
Figure 8.9 License Plate Light Wire Routing
8.2.6
Figure 8.10 shows the backup and brake/tail light sockets. You can remove the
terminals from the sockets and solder the new wires to them or you can cut off
the wire coming out of the sockets and splice to them using the supplied butt
connectors.
Figure 8.10 Backup and Brake/Tail Sockets
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8.3
ENGINE SECTION CONNECTIONS
8.3.1
Route the wiper motor, coil, choke, temp sender, oil sender, starter, alternator
and a/c compressor wires across the firewall to the wiper motor and to the
engine.
Figure 8.11 Wiper Motor and Engine Wire Routing
NOTE: Included in the kit are 6 large harness securing clamps for the firewall and inner
fender routing and 2 small clamp for headlight crossover wires.
8.3.2
Cut wiper motor wires to length, terminate and connect wires as shown in Figure
8.12
YELLOW
NOT
USED
YELLOW
LT.BLUE
Figure 8.12 Wiper Motor Connections
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BLUE
BLACK
8.3.3
Locate the maxi fuse holder and mount it to the passenger side inner fender
panel as shown in figure 8.13. Take the starter Red wire (916) and route it to the
maxi fuse holder. Cut the wire, crimp on a ring terminal and connect it to a fuse
holder terminal. Take the remaining wire that was cut off and crimp on a ring
terminal, connect it to the other side of the fuse holder. Take the other end and
route it to the starter solenoid and connect it to the large battery terminal.
NOTE: If using an alternator larger than 65 Amps, you will need to review the
instructions in the PP-662 ALTERNATOR WIRE KIT (supplied in bag in with this
harness) before you make any maxi fuse or starter connections.
CAUTION:
TO PROTECT THE ENTIRE SYSTEM THE MAXI FUSE MUST BE
INSTALLED AS INSTRUCTED.
Figure 8.13 Maxi Fuse
8.3.4
Route and connect the starter, coil, oil sender, choke, temp sender, a/c
compressor and alternator wires.
Figure 8.14 Electric Choke Connections
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External Regulator
Internal Regulator
Figure 8.15 Alternator Connections
Note: In with the kit you should find a connector with a Blue and a White wire labeled
“Alternator pigtail”, this connector will be used as shown when using an external
regulator system. If you have converted to a internal regulated system you will not
need the alternator pigtail but will use the connector and terminals provided.
CAUTION : If using an alternator larger than 65 amps, you will need to use the PP-662
ALTERNATOR WIRE KIT supplied in a bag in the box. with this harness.
Note: This will be used along with the alternator wires in the main harness.
8.3.5
If you have a `67 model vehicle you will connect the brake pressure warning
switch as shown below. The `66 model vehicle did not have a brake warning
switch, you will tape and stow the wire.
Figure 8.16 Brake Pressure Warning Switch Connection
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8.4
HEADLIGHT SECTION CONNECTIONS
8.4.1
8.4.2
8.4.3
Route the headlight, park light, horn and electric fan wires down the inner fender
panel to the horn area. Secure the wires to the inner fender panel using the
supplied clamps.
Connect the horn wires.
Take and route the headlight, park/turn and electric fan wires thru the core
support and connect to the driver side lights and fan relay (if a electric fan is
being used).
Figure 8.17 Typical Fan Relay Installation (Painless Part #30101 Fan Relay Kit)
8.4.4
8.4.5
Take the headlight ground ring terminal and ground it using one of the bolts in
the core support.
Route the passenger headlight and park/turn wires across the front of the core
support as shown. Use the two small clamps supplied to secure the wires.
Figure 8.18 Headlight and Park/Turn Signal Wire Routing
8.4.6
On the Passenger-side of the core support you will find a hole (see arrow Figure 8.19) in which you will route the park/turn signal wires through. Once you
have routed the wires back through the core support, then route them down the
side of the radiator to the park/turn signal light and connect. Route the headlight
wires and connect.
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Figure 8.19 Passenger Side Headlight Wire Routing
8.4.7
8.5
Take the headlight ground ring terminal and ground it using one of the bolts in
the core support.
DASH SECTION CONNECTIONS
8.5.1
Locate the connector for the dimmer switch and connect the switch.
Figure 8.20 Dimmer Switch Connection (Dimmer Switch – Painless
Part #80150)
8.5.2
8.5.3
If wiring a `67 model vehicle you will take the Tan wire labeled “Park Brake Swt”
and connect it to the terminal on the parking brake assembly. This wire will not
be used on the `66 model vehicle, you will tape and stow it.
On the base of the steering column you will find the backup switch. Take the
backup switch connector and plug it into the switch.
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8.5.4
You will need to remove and use the turn signal switch connector from the
original harness on the new harness. With the face of the connector toward you
locate the locking ear cutout on each side of the terminals (FIGURE 8.21). Using
a small screwdriver or end of a paperclip push the locking ears in towards the
sides of the terminal until the terminal is released and will pull out of the
connector.
Locking Ear
Locations
Figure 8.21 Turn Switch Connector Removal
8.5.5
Using one of the two illustrations below, insert the terminals from the new
harness into the old turn switch connector. NOTE: When it is stated that the
connector is viewed from the face view it is meaning that it will be showing it
from the opposite side than the wires come out.
NOTE: The `66 connector is a 8-way connector and the `67 is a 9-way connector. The
Brown wire will not be used with the `66 model turn switch, tape and stow it.
Figure 8.22 Turn Switch Connector Pin-out
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8.5.6
8.5.7
8.5.8
8.5.9
Just down from the turn switch wires you will find the connector for the brake
switch, take and connect it to the switch.
Locate the headlight switch connector and connect it to the switch.
Take the connector for the wiper switch and connect it to the switch.
Cover the steering column so it will be protected for the instrument panel
removal as shown.
Figure 8.23 Steering Column Covered for Protection
8.5.10 Remove the screws securing the instrument panel to the dash and remove the
instrument panel. Route the instrument panel wires out the opening in the dash.
NOTE: For dash cluster removal, the two bolts securing the steering column to
the base of the dash must be removed and the column dropped down.
8.5.11 Install bulbs in the instrument panel light sockets. Using the illustration below
plug-in the instrument panel lights and connector into the instrument panel.
’66-’67 Instrument Panel Connections
1: Dash Lights
2: Right Turn
3: High Beam (`66)
Brake Warn (`67)
4: Generator Light
5: High Beam (`67 Only)
6: Temperature Light
7: Oil Pressure Light
8: Left Turn
9: Fuel Gage
Figure 8.24 Instrument Panel Connections
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8.5.12 Reinstall the instrument panel.
8.5.13 Before re-installing the column drop collor, take and install the wire labeled
“Ground” onto one of the bolts, then reinstall the bolts.
8.5.14 Take the Red #940 radio wire and connect it to the radio constant hot wire.
8.5.15 Connect the Yellow #941 wire to the radio wire that requires power only when
the ignition switch is on.
8.5.16 IGNITION SWITCH SECTION, these wires have been pre-terminated with original
type terminals. Refer to Figure 8.25 for installation. YOU MUST USE YOUR OLD
CONNECTOR.
Figure 8.25 Ignition Switch Connector
8.5.17
8.5.18
8.5.19
8.5.20
8.5.21
8.5.22
Glove Box Light- This Org #980 wire routes along the bottom of the dash and up
into the glove box through the light hole. Cut this wire to the proper length and
then strip the wire. Take the glove box light and strip it also, then splice the
wires togather. Once you have spliced the wire you can reinstall the light. This
wire is labeled “Glove Box”
Clock-Some models have a clock in the instrument panel, an Org #981 wire has
been provided for power. Route this wire to the clock, then strip and terminate
the wire with the proper terminal provided. Labeled “Clock”
Cigarette Lighter- Route this Org #903 wire, labeled “Cigarette Lighter,” to the
lighter and install.
Locate the four wire connector labeled “Heater Switch and connect it to the
heater switch.
Take the three wire connector labeled “Resistor” and plug it into the blower
motor resistor.
Connect the Org wire labeled “Heater Blower” to the blower motor.
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9.0
TESTING THE SYSTEM
9.0.1
Use a small battery charger (10 amp or less) to power up the vehicle for circuit
testing. If there is a problem anywhere, the batter charger’s low amperage and
internal circuit breaker will provide circuit protection.
CAUTION:
9.0.2
9.0.3
9.0.4
10.0
IF YOU HAVE NOT YET DISCONNECTED THE BATTERY FROM THE
AUTOMOBILE, DO SO NOW! DO NOT CONNECT THE BATTERY
CHARGER WITH THE BATTERY CONNECTED.
Connect the battery charger’s NEGATIVE output to the automobile chassis or
engine block and its POSITIVE output to the automobile’s positive battery
terminal.
INDIVIDUALLY turn on each light, ignition, wiper circuit, etc, and check for
proper operation.
After all circuits are checked out THEN attach the battery cable to the battery for
vehicle operation.
WIRE CONNECTION INDEX AND FUSE REQUIREMENTS
In each section, connect the wire, as identified by its wire color, to the appropriate item in the
CONNECT TO column. Pay close attention to the NOTES in this section. Indentified by small,
raised number such as the one at the end of this sentence.¹
Table 10.2 is divided into sections that correspond to the sections of your wire harness,
(ENGINE SECTION, DASH SECTION, TAIL SECTION, etc). The Index is divided vertically into six
columns: COLOR, GA. NUMBER, CONNECT TO, STARTING POINT, and SECTION OF STARTING
POINT.
The columns labeled “STARTING POINT” and “SECTION OF STARTING POINT” are for your
reference ONLY. The items in these columns tell you where each originates and from which
section of the harness.
The column “NO.” contains a 900-series number that is used to indentify various wires in the
wiring diagrams that are a part of these instructions.
Many (but not all) of the numbers occur TWICE in this index. That is because you will be
connecting BOTH ENDS of many of the particular wire segments. However, some wire segments
are pre-connected at one end. For instance all wires orginating from the fuse panel and certain
other wires such as those orginating from the horn relay, the dimmer swicth, and the instrument
panel section.
10.1
FUSE REQUIREMENTS
Headlight Switch
Emergency Flashers/Dome
Turn Signals
Gauges
AC/Heat
Horn
Wipers
Brake Switch
Electric Fan Relay
Coil
Radio Ignition (Switched)
Table 10.1 Fuse Requirements
19
30
25
15
15
30
20
15
20
5
30
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10.2
WIRE CONNECTION INDEX
Color
Ga.
No.
Connect to
Wire Starting Point
Horn Relay
Dimmer Switch
Dimmer Switch
Headlight
Fan Switch
Turn Signal Switch
Turn Signal Switch
Headlight Switch
Fuse Panel
Dimmer Switch Section
Dimmer Switch Section
Headlight Section
Dash Section
Turn Signal Switch Section
Turn Signal Switch Section
Headlight Switch Section
Fuse Panel
Temperature Light
Oil Pressure Light
Brake Warn Light
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Instrument Panel Section
Instrument Panel Section
Instrument Panel Section
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Ignition Switch Start
Ignition Switch Section
Grn
LtGrn
Tan
Blk
Gry/Wht
Blu
LtBlu
Ppl
14
14
14
14
18
16
16
16
924
908
909
995
901
925
926
927
HEADLIGHT SECTION
Horn
High Beam
Low Beam
Ground
Fan Relay Activation
RF Turn Signal
LF Turn Signal
Front Park Lights
Pnk
Grn
Blu
Tan1
Red
14
18
18
16
18
920
921
922
962
954
ENGINE SECTION
Coil Power
Temperature Sending Unit
Oil Pressure Sending Unit
Brake Pressure Switch
Electric Choke
Section of Starting
Point
Red
10
916
Ppl
12
919
ENGINE SECTION
(STARTER SOLENOID)
Battery Positive or Starter
Solenoid (Large Terminal)
Starter Solenoid “S Term”
914
915
ALTERNATOR SECTION
Alternator Excitor
Alternator Output
Charging Light
Fuse Panel
Instrument Panel Section
Fuse Panel
906
901
917
918
956
958
903
980
974
962
DASH/COLUMN
SECTION
Cooling Fan Switch Power
Cooling Fan Switch
Brake Switch Power
Brake Switch
Backup Switch
Backup Switch
Cigarette Lighter
Glove Box Light
Door Jamb Switches
Emergency Brake Switch
Fuse Panel
Fan Relay
Fuse Panel
Turn Signal Switch
Tail Lights
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Dome Light
Brake Warning Light
Fuse Panel
Engine Section
Fuse Panel
Turn Signal Switch
Tail Light Section
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Dome Light Section
Instrument Panel Section
907
908
909
DIMMER SWITCH
SECTION
Dimmer Switch
Dimmer Switch
Dimmer Switch
Headlight Switch
High Beam
Low Beam
Headlight Switch Section
Headlight Section
Headlight Section
Brn/Wht
Red
Gry/Wht
Gry/Wht
Orn
Wht
Lt.Grn
Pnk
Orn
Orn
Wht
Tan1
LtBlu
LtGrn
Tan
16
10
18
18
14
14
16
18
18
18
18
16
14
14
14
Table 10.2 Wire Connection Index (1 of 3)
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Color
Red/Blk2
Orn3
LtBlu
Brn
Ppl
Gry
Wht
Pnk
Brn
Grn
Red
Ppl
Ga.
12
14
14
16
16
18
18
12
12
18
12
12
No.
Connect to
Wire Starting Point
Section of Starting
Point
928
959
907
929
927
930
961
HEADLIGHT SWITCH
SECTION
Headlight Switch Power
Headlight Switch Power
Headlight Switch
Headlight Switch
Headlight Switch
Headlight Switch
Headlight Switch
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Dimmer Switch
Tail Lights
Park Lights
Instrument Panel Lights
Dome Light
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Dimmer Switch Section
Tail Section
Headlight Section
Instrument Panel Section
Dome Light Section
931
933
921
934
919
IGNITION SWITCH
SECTION
Ignition Switch Coil
Ignition Switch Accy.
Ignition Switch Ground
Ignition Switch Power
Ignition Switch Start
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Temperature Light
Fuse Panel
Starter Solenoid
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Dash Section
Fuse Panel
Engine Section (Starter
Solenoid)
Emergency Flasher
Fuse Panel
Turn Flasher
Fuse Panel
Horn Relay
RR Turn Signal
LR Turn Signal
RF Turn Signal
Brake Switch
LF Turn Signal
Fuse Panel
Tail Section
Tail Section
Headlight Section
Dash Section
Headlight Section
Brn1
16
951
Ppl
16
952
Blk
Grn
Ylw
Blu
Wht
LtBlu
18
16
16
16
14
16
953
948
949
925
918
926
TURN SIGNAL SWITCH
SECTION
Emergency Flasher Switch
Power
Turn Signal Switch Flasher
Power
Horn Switch
Turn Signal Switch
Turn Signal Switch
Turn Signal Switch
Turn Signal Switch
Turn Signal Switch
904
982
983
984
HEATER SWITCH
SECTION
Heater Switch Power
Heater Switch
Heater Switch
Heater Switch
Heater Resistor
Heater Resistor
Heater Resistor
Heater Resistor Section
Heater Resistor Section
Heater Resistor Section
982
992
983
984
HEATER RESISTOR
SECTION
Heater Resistor
Heater Resistor
Heater Resistor
Heater Resistor
Heater Switch
Blower Motor
Heater Switch
Heater Switch
Heater
Heater
Heater
Heater
Brn
Orn
LtBlu
Ylw
Orn
Orn
LtBlu
Ylw
14
14
16
16
14
14
16
16
Table 10.2 Wire Connection Index (2 of 3)
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Switch Section
Resistor section
Switch Section
Switch Section
Color
Blu 4
LtBlu 4
Blk 4
Ylw
Blu
LtBlu
Blk
Ga.
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
No.
Connect to
Wire Starting Point
Section of Starting
Point
986
987
988
WIPER SWITCH
SECTION
Wiper Switch
Wiper Switch
Wiper Switch
Wiper Motor
Wiper Motor
Wiper Motor
Wiper Motor Section
Wiper Motor Section
Wiper Motor Section
989
986
987
988
WIPER MOTOR
SECTION
Wiper Motor Power
Wiper Motor
Wiper Motor
Wiper Motor
Fuse Panel
Wiper Switch
Wiper Switch
Wiper Switch
Fuse Panel
Wiper Switch Section
Wiper Switch Section
Wiper Switch Section
Fuse Panel
Alternator
Dimmer Switch
LF Turn Signal
RF Turn Signal
Headlight Switch
Fuel Sending Unit
Temp. Sending Unit
Oil Pres. Sending Unit
Fuse Panel
Instrument Panel
Pressure Switch &
Emergency Brake
Fuse Panel
Alternator Section
Dimmer Switch Section
Turn Signal Switch Section
Turn Signal Switch Section
Headlight Switch Section
Tail Section
Engine Section
Engine Section
Fuse Panel
Instrument Panel Section
Engine & Dash Sections
Brn/Wht
Brn/Wht
LtGrn
LtBlu
Blu
Gry
Tan
Grn
Blu
Orn
Blk/Wht
Tan1
16
16
18
18
18
18
16
18
18
18
14
18
970
914
936
937
938
930
939
921
922
981
975
962
INSTRUMENT PANEL
SECTION
Charge Light
Charge Light
High Beam Indicator
Left Turn Indicator
Right Turn Indicator
Instrument Panel Lighting
Fuel Gauge
Temp. Light
Oil Light
Clock Power
Ground
Brake Warning Light
Red
Ylw
16
18
940
941
RADIO SECTION
Radio Power Unswitched
Radio Power Switched
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Fuse Panel
Wht
Orn
18
18
961
945
DOME LIGHT SECTION
Dome Light (Ground)
Dome Light (Power)
Headlight Switch
Fuse Panel
Headlight Switch Section
Fuse Panel
Grn
Ylw
Tan
Brn
Lt.Grn
16
16
16
16
16
948
949
939
929
956
TAIL SECTION
RR Turn Signal
LR Turn Signal
Fuel Sending Unit
Tail Lights
Backup Lights
Turn Signal Switch
Turn Signal Switch
Fuel Gauge
Headlight Switch
Backup Switch
Turn Signal Switch Section
Turn Signal Switch Section
Instrument Panel Section
Headlight Switch Section
Dash Section
Table 10.2 Wire Connection Index (3 of 3)
NOTES:
1. This wire is used only on the `67 model vehicle, if wiring a `66 model you will tape and stow
this wire.
2. This wire is power for the portion of the headlight switch that goes out to the headlights and
front parking lights.
3. This wire is power for the portion of the headlight switch that goes out to the instrument
panel lights and the taillights.
4. See Diagram1,page 23 for connection instructions.
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The wiper switch connector is no longer available. We have terminated the wiper switch
wires with the correct terminals so that your original connector can be re-used.
Remove the old terminals by using a small screwdriver or paperclip in the slot at the top
of the terminal closest to the center of the connector. Push the release tang (pin) in
and pull the wire out from the opposite side.
Re-install the wires in the same order by color code configuration that was removed.
Diagram 1 Wiper Switch Connector
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NOTES
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Painless Performance Limited Warranty
and Return Policy
Chassis harnesses, fuel injection harnesses and Striker ColdShot units are covered
under a lifetime warranty.
All other products manufactured and/or sold by Painless Performance are warranted to
the original purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use. Painless Performance will repair or replace defective products without
charge during the first 12 months from the purchase date. No products will be
considered for warranty without a copy of the purchase receipt showing the sellers
name, address and date of purchase. You must return the product to the dealer you
purchased it from to initiate warranty procedures.
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