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Anyone Have Experience With Painless Wiring Kits? #86605 Sun Oct 28 2001 03:57 AM
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GottaFixThe66 Offline OP
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My 66 is a big 'ol pile of non-functioning wires with paint and I will have to rewire it. I was thinking of a Painless kit, since they just came out with a kit made for that year. How hard is it to do? Wiring is my bane when it comes to cars and this one has me scratching my head. It's ok if it takes a while cuz this baby isn't going to be done for a looong time.


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Re: Anyone Have Experience With Painless Wiring Kits? #86606 Tue Oct 30 2001 08:22 PM
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I've never done a painless on a chevy but I did do one on a Jeep. It was super easy. Everything comes labeled and the instructions are clear.


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Re: Anyone Have Experience With Painless Wiring Kits? #86607 Mon Nov 12 2001 04:02 PM
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Go back a bit and see threads on wiring harness on 9/05-9/06/01, 5/17-5/18/01, 4/29-5/17/01, and 2/02-03/01. May also be helpful to read fall '00 replies from Phat and others about "wiring the beast" and "wiring time on the project." Best o'luck.

Re: Anyone Have Experience With Painless Wiring Kits? #86608 Thu Nov 22 2001 07:46 AM
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6T2Burb Offline
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It may be too late for you to use, but ez wiring makes a 18 fuse 21 circuit kit that has all wires labeled as well as GM ignition connectors. I believe their address is
www.ezwiring.com :rolleyes:


If at first you don't succeed, get a bigger hammer.


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Re: Anyone Have Experience With Painless Wiring Kits? #86609 Thu Nov 22 2001 04:25 PM
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redshiba Offline
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I used the 12 circuit harness from "Kwik Wire", It was very easy to install. All wires
are labeled. Very clear and easy to follow instructions. Check it out!! http://www.crnttech.com/rodshop/index.htm
http://www.southernrods.com/cgi-loc...0ff842c84+-p+-c+scstore.cfg+135WIRINGKIT

[ 11-22-2001: Message edited by: redshiba ]


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Re: Anyone Have Experience With Painless Wiring Kits? #86610 Fri Nov 23 2001 12:25 AM
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Chb46 Offline
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Hello, Yes I also have used the painless wireing. Installed it in a 72 Chev 1/2 ton. Went well was easy to read and understand.I would use one again in the event of a need. Hope this helps.
Chb46


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