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Old 07-16-2011, 02:07 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a list or wiring diagram of the '69 Camaro engine bay? I'm about ready to install the engine and need to figure out where some of these wires go (the guy I bought the car from hadn't labeled the wires). I've already hooked up a battery and checked all the lights, and am good to go there. Mostly just water temp, oil pressure, starter solenoid, alternator, etc. is what I need to figure out.
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If the plugs are not cut off, it should be pretty easy to get it hooked up. Do a search over at camaros.net. You will find some good info, as well as some pics.
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