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Old 05-28-2005, 06:39 AM   #1
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I currently have and plan on using a 98 vette cluster in my dash to compliment the ls1. The problem is that I am having trouble locating a plug/wires that goes into the back of the cluster so I can wire it up. So if anyone is parting out a 97-04 vette or knows of one please let me know.
Does anyone know if the dealer sells just plugs like this?
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I currently have and plan on using a 98 vette cluster in my dash to compliment the ls1. The problem is that I am having trouble locating a plug/wires that goes into the back of the cluster so I can wire it up. So if anyone is parting out a 97-04 vette or knows of one please let me know.
Does anyone know if the dealer sells just plugs like this?
What I did for many of my GM plugs was to go to the ACDelco web site and try to find it in the part locator there. It takes a lot of digging, but most of the connectors have images so you can see if what you have selected is right. I then gave the ACDelco part number to www.partszoneonline.com and they gave me the GM part number and a price. Ordered all my stuff from them, they are great. The connectors come with about a foot of wire on them as well as nice heat shrink butt connectors.
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BTW, make sure to post pictures of the cluster installed, I'm interested to see that.
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thanks...that will come in very handy in the future, however it doesnt seem to have the big plug i am looking for
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go on the corvetteforum.com board there are used parts / dealers there.
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Get the wires from Mitchell's manuals at the local library.

You can find a new set of male female plugs. just cut the old ones off and rewire it to the new plugs.
Hella and Packard both have multi-plug plugs.

I wouldn't pay GM prices for one of their plugs.
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i need to find the exact dimensions of a C5 cluster. while we're on topic anybody have some ideas? thelocal junkyards are not gonna have any C5s
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go on the corvetteforum.com board there are used parts / dealers there.
only person so far wants to sell me a complete interior wiring harness for $125

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Get the wires from Mitchell's manuals at the local library.

You can find a new set of male female plugs. just cut the old ones off and rewire it to the new plugs.
Hella and Packard both have multi-plug plugs.

I wouldn't pay GM prices for one of their plugs.
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it actually plugs right into the cluster so I wont be able to splice in a new set of plugs



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i need to find the exact dimensions of a C5 cluster. while we're on topic anybody have some ideas? thelocal junkyards are not gonna have any C5s
quick measurements for ya, 19" wide, 9" deep and 7" tall at its widest points
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someone said the plug is the same part number as f-bodies lol, so I should have one of those monday to confirm
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someone said the plug is the same part number as f-bodies lol, so I should have one of those monday to confirm
not any f body, but any with the 34(?) pinned plug.
the wire colors may be different than the vette,but you should be able to use a schematic for each hole if it will plug in, regardless the color of the wire.
a pin is a pin.
93-02 firebird
97-02 camaro
is the same plug, AFAIK.
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I just got done gutting the electrical on a 99Z28 so I have the plug you are looking for. I also have the factory cluster (I know you want C5 but it's an option). Most of the wires are cut around 8" to 18" but 2 are around 2". Still plenty left to solder your wires onto. Let me know if you are interested.
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yea thanks for the offer but i already have one coming from a 98 camaro so i "should" (crosses fingers) be all set now. If not I will get back to you on the cluster and wiring as I need something to monitor my motor when I fire it for the first time.
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