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Headlight wiring
#101216 Wed Jun 20 2007 06:28 PM
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I am finishing my '50 3100 resto and have a question on the headlight/parklight wiring. Specifically how to route the the passenger side wiring from the left junction bar (on the inner fender) to the right. I have clips in a ziplock with 'upper radiator panel headlight wiring clips', but I do not remember where they went. Assembly manual is not clear. I believe the wiring goes through the gap between the inner fender and the radiator support and goes across the radiator behind the grill. And I right and where is it routed and attached in that area? Thanks in advance for any help.
Steve O


1950 Chevy 3100
261, 4 speed
Purchased 1977

1964 Pontiac Lemans Convert
Re: Headlight wiring
#101217 Fri Jun 22 2007 04:56 PM
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Nifty50,
All the AD trucks Ive seen And mine also, have the wires going up and over the radiator support and those clips you have go under the upper radiator baffle bolts,right across the top in front of the rad.
Regards
Steve Sr.

Re: Headlight wiring
#101218 Fri Jun 22 2007 08:13 PM
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Steve Sr. Thanks, but I think I still need a little clarification. If the truck was assembled, you would not see the wires? That is to say the upper baffle/hood latch plate would cover them. And if you took the baffle/plate off, the wiring would be right there underneath with the clips in the upper uprights of the U shaped radiator support frame. Do I have this right?
Thanks again
Steve O


1950 Chevy 3100
261, 4 speed
Purchased 1977

1964 Pontiac Lemans Convert
Re: Headlight wiring
#101219 Sat Jun 23 2007 01:46 AM
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Steve O,
If the truck was assembled, the wires run right across,ON TOP of the baffle and are secured by those 4 clips and bolts right next to the top rad support brace.
Regards,
Steve Sr.


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