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Old 06-18-2014, 10:31 PM   #1
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1969 Glaston m-300 wiring

My good friend just bought the 69 Glaston from one of the members here. The entire drive train wiring harness fried on the way back. Everything from battery to starter. Were re-wiring the entire drive train portion of it.

We have been looking for diagrams for the original wiring as the chassis came off the line at dodge but could only find ones for the b-series trucks and the charger. Anyone have an idea as to where I could find it? The manual it came with is for 72-74, and the chassis is late 1968, vin according to glaston is a 1969.

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Old 06-19-2014, 07:59 PM   #2
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Ford 6 cylinder or Dodge V-8?

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Try searching for a Dodge truck engine wiring harness for the same make and year as your chassis. You might have to adapt it to your firewall plug but at least everything, including connectors should be on it.
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If it actually is Dodge chassis:


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