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37 1/2 ton wiring harness location #1308447 Thu Apr 25 2019 12:21 AM
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Bill Trotter Offline OP
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Looking for some guidance on the location of the wiring harness that feeds the headlight on the passenger side of vehicle. I had no harness when I started my resto. Purchased a manufactured harness and looking for help on location. Have my cab set and harness down to bottom on drivers side. Since this is my first resto pictures are very helpful to me. Thanks Bill

Re: 37 1/2 ton wiring harness location [Re: Bill Trotter] #1308455 Thu Apr 25 2019 12:46 AM
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Bill,
The harness from the dash exits the cab above and to the right of the clutch pedal. That puts it near the left frame rail. The forward part of the harness goes along the inside of the left frame rail to just below the left side of the radiator where 3 wires for the left headlight go vertical along side the radiator to enter the headlight stand. The wires for the passenger or right headlight split off and go along the crossmember below the radiator and then go vertical along side the radiator on the right to enter the headlight stand. You will find holes in the frame and crossmember for clips to hold the harness wires, which should be enclosed within cloth loom. The vertical wires are also held in loom, and are held by clips attached to the radiator bolts.
Hope this helps,
Kent


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Re: 37 1/2 ton wiring harness location [Re: Bill Trotter] #1308469 Thu Apr 25 2019 01:40 AM
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Bill Trotter Offline OP
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Yes that will help alot. Thanks again Kent!


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