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1960-66 Chevy Truck C10 American Autowire Classic Update Wiring Harness 500560
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Seller:supermuscleparts✉️(1,461)98.6%, Location:Bellmawr, New Jersey, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item:1520713547231960-66 Chevy Truck C10 American Autowire Classic Update Wiring Harness 500560. Brand new American Autowire Classic Update Series Wiring Harness Kit. Complete Wiring Kit - 1960-1966 Chevy Truck ForChevrolet Truck 1960Chevrolet Truck 1961Chevrolet Truck 1962Chevrolet Truck 1963Chevrolet Truck 1964Chevrolet Truck 1965Chevrolet Truck 1966Standard turn signal flasher, hazard flasher, and horn relay mounted on fuse panel.Fuse box and custom mounting plate are designed for bolt-in under dash installation. All required hardware supplied. Location selected for easy accessibility and clearance of under dash accessories such as all gauge packages, wiper systems, heating and air conditioning systems, and stock original or aftermarket GM tilt steering columns.New floor dimmer switch is provided. Wire length and connection accommodate original floor mount dimmer switch.Instrument Cluster wiring is designed with a "cluster harness disconnect" system for easy service and assembly. All original terminals, connectors, and light sockets are also supplied for original cluster gauges. However, the best aspect to the disconnect system is that any gauge cluster package can be easily and neatly wired in. This includes AUTOMETER, CLASSIC INSTRUMENTS, DAKOTA DIGITAL, STEWART WARNER, and VDO, just to name a few.Along with wiring for your original dome/interior lighting we have included separate under dash light sockets.Heater control panel lighting, power, and blower motor leads are included for original style heaters as well as aftermarket heat and AC updates such as HOTROD AIR, VINTAGE AIR, etc. Connections are also wired in for the glove box and cigarette lighter.Engine wiring includes connectors for points type and H.E.I. distributors. Power and tach connectors supplied for GM H.E.I. distributors. Alternator connectors are supplied for GM "SI" series internal regulated and all "one wire"alternators. GM "CS" series alternator connector available separately. Front lighting includes extra long leads for special routing when custom under hood appearance is desired. All headlight, park light, and directional light connectors and terminals are provided, as well as a switched trigger wire for electric fan relay (usually recommended with AC).Replacement headlight switch with internal circuit breaker included. Retention collar nut, adjustable length shaft, and custom knob are also included. Extra connectors and instructions are supplied for installation of original headlight switches.If you choose to install a late model GM steering column with the ignition switch in the column we include the correct connectors for that as well!Steering column connectors will plug directly into most aftermarket steering columns as well as 1969 and later GM columns which utilize stock GM turn signal switches. The original column can also be wired by using the supplied mating connector and terminals.New ignition switch is included. Additional connectors and instructions are provided to use the original ignition switch or column mounted ignition switch..Engine wiring includes starter and gauge sender leads for water temp, oil pressure, voltmeter, and tach. Heavy 8 gauge alternator leads are supplied. Power circuits are fusible link protected.Rear body harness assembly is designed to plug into the main harness in the original position utilizing existing retainers. Flexibility in harness design allows for original or custom routing. Both pickup and suburban models are accommodated. Rear body wiring includes backup light wires and mating connectors for backup light leads. License plate lead, connectors, and terminals included. Fuel tank sender wire and terminal included. Leads and terminals included for jamb switches and dome light.Color schematics and easy to understand installation instructions included. ATTN: THIS ITEM IS A DROP SHIP DIRECT FROM AMERICAN AUTOWIRE. THEY ARE CURRENTLY TAKING ABOUT 30 DAYS TO SHIP THIS HARNESS. IF YOU NEED THIS ITEM SOONER PLEASE MESSAGE US VIA EBAY BEFORE ORDERING.Thank you for taking a look at our Ebay listing! If you are in the Sacramento area please visit our retail showroom!Condition:New, Restocking Fee:No, Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer, Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted, Item must be returned within:14 Days, Refund will be given as:Money back or replacement (buyer's choice), Country/Region of Manufacture:United States, Manufacturer Part Number:500560, Brand:American Autowire, Warranty:Yes
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PAINLESS Wire Harness Install! Rewiring Our 1965 Chevy C10
WITH THE suspension installed and the body back together, it’s time to give our 1965 Chevy C10 a new set of veins. The original electrical system in Project Raven has been cut and taped so many times we can’t tell where anything goes. New wiring and fuel injection will make the truck usable on a daily basis and as reliable as a new modern vehicle.
How often have you seen advertisements for wiring harnesses promising a 21-circuit kit for ridiculously low prices? Guess what you get for that great deal? Twenty-one circuits and a few yards of colored wire. Is that really all we needed to rewire our 1965 Chevy C10? And what exactly makes up a proper wiring harness anyway? Just circuits and wires? Absolutely not!
A true modern wiring harness is, first and foremost, meticulously engineered. At Painless Performance, all harnesses are designed by real engineers using the latest in diagnostic equipment. Along with using AutoCAD to ensure consistency in manufacturing, the experts there have perfected the art of accurate and easy installations. Half the work is done for you right out of the box.
When you open that box, you will instantly appreciate the time it took to properly group each wire in sections so that instead of routing 80 or 100 individual wires, you route entire sections of the vehicle at one time. This drastically reduces the amount of time it takes to install a harness and virtually eliminates routing errors.
Painless has remained the leader in automotive wiring and electrical products for 30 years through engineering and innovation, not corner-cutting and imitation. What started out as a single idea about a simplified way to wire a street rod has evolved into what is today a multi-faceted company with 66 employees in a modern 45,000-square-foot facility manufacturing over 500 products for show cars, dragsters, rock crawlers and everything in between.
We had the honor of receiving VIP treatment from Andrew at Painless Wiring with a behind-the-scenes tour during our Shakedown to SEMA cruise last year. Andrew pointed out all the details that make this company so special. A perfect process engineered through trial and error has brought this brand to a level that’s unstoppable. It’s truly impressive to say the least!
The employees who work here are the backbone to Painless’ success. Precision and practice guide the crew, and pre-engineered templates make it easy to maintain quality control. Templates for each harness make the job Painless!
An in-house R&D department keeps Painless Wiring ahead of the curve, and a nearly perfect inventory management system ensures you get the right harness for your important project. We can’t wait to get the tech install going on our Project Raven 1965 Chevy C10.
With the trailer loaded and the gas tank full, we were off to Overpower Customs in Lake Park, Florida, for the install.
The interior of our C10 is all original and extremely worn out. We will be replacing the dash components, audio system, door hardware, all the wiring and interior fabric. It’s going to be a fun project!
The first project on the list is to remove all the existing wiring. Everything is getting replaced, so there’s no need to be gentle here.
This harness is designed with a bulkhead connector so a hole will need to be drilled into the firewall for clearance. A robber bushing will protect the wiring from getting cut on the sharp metal.
What a mess! Even though we just had the FiTech fuel injection installed, it has to come out to get rerouted. Trey is going to mount the brain and wiring under the dash for a cleaner look.
With all the wiring removed and out of the way, we see a few other problem areas that need to be addressed— particularly that rusted-out battery rack. We will remove and replace that for sure.
With the wiring removed and gauge cluster set aside, it’s easy to see that this old equipment had to go.
Now it’s time to tackle the tough task. Sorting out the wires and stringing them throughout the truck is tedious and time consuming. If you are truly focused and free of distractions, we promise you can handle this job. We ordered the Painless Performance Pro- Series kit, which fits custom trucks a little better, but they also offer C10-specific wiring harness.
Mounting the new fuse panel is priority number one. This is the center of the hourglass and an important piece of the puzzle, so follow the instructions.
Next Trey decided to mount the Dakota Digital connector block and the FiTech brain behind the gauges for a super clean install.
With the electronic brains installed, it was time to use the human brain: sorting the wires into groups according to where they will be going throughout the truck. At the same time, Ryan Batista was wrapping the wires that go out of the cab with Painless Wireloom.
Remember that hole we drilled? Now is the time to add the rubber trim and pass the wire bundle through it.
No one likes crawling on the ground, but before the truck can go in the air, they check for clearance with all the weight on the suspension.
The bulkhead connector is designed for an easy install and a clean look. Once its properly wrapped and organized, the truck can go in the air and the connector can be installed.
Wrapping up the wiring under the truck includes running and connecting to the oxygen sensors on the exhaust pipe, fuel pumps and fuel pressure regulator.
With the truck back on the ground, it was time to tackle the engine bay.
Sending wires to the FiTech fuel injection unit and the sensors took some time, but we got it complete. And don’t worry: Trey is removing those ugly yellow spark plug wires and that hacked-together throttle linkage.
Painless offers multiple battery cable kits in different lengths that include new terminals, which is awesome because this truck really needs them!
COMING UP IN THE NEXT ISSUE!
Like what you see so far? Just wait until the next issue! All this hard work will pay off when we do the final install of the goods including this Odyssey Battery 34-790. The Odyssey Performance Series batteries provide all the reliability of the Odyssey Extreme Series batteries but without the high, cold-cranking amps.
To mount the battery, we are using this battery rack from Performance Online. The company’s stainless-steel drop-down battery box is designed for Group 24 Batteries and allows you to mount your battery on the frame or replace your existing frame mount battery box. This unique rack has a drop-out bottom for easy battery maintenance.
The Dakota Digital RTX-64C-PU offers a vintage look with modern capabilities. A 2.4-inch TFT message center and an analog tachometer let you keep an eye on everything. The small display in the center contains a simulated tumbler odometer, too.
For audio on our 1965 Chevy truck, we chose a CAM-CHTK-740 radio from Custom Autosound. This head unit is an AM/FM radio that features Bluetooth built in, a USB port, two auxiliary inputs and the ability to add a CD player. This top of the line radio from Custom Autosound allows you to listen to the radio, stream music from your phone and talk hands-free without having to cut the dash.
For speakers, we are installing the Custom Autosound 4012T DVC 5×7-inch, 140-watt dash speakers and KCHT-60/6 kick-panel speakers.
Another item that will need to be mounted is the FiTech handheld controller. If you need to tune or diagnose an issue with the fuel injection system, the FiTech controller has you covered.
Finally, the Vintage Air system needs to be installed. We will get really technical with this, so stay tuned to the next issue!
Classic Update Kit - 1960-66 Chevy Truck
Classic Update kits are designed for projects that require more circuits than would have been available in an original chassis harness. Each kit includes all the basics needed to rewire a vehicle from headlight to tail light, and will accommodate popular add-on items such as electronic fuel injection, aftermarket gauges and common supporting modifications. This harness includes:
- An updated ATC fuse panel and fuses, along with modern GXL wire throughout. Wire functions are labeled every 3 to 5 inches.
- Pre-built dash harness and our exclusive gauge cluster disconnect system for use with stock or aftermarket instruments.
- Engine and front light harness with extra-long leads for custom routing and updated engine and transmission combinations. Original-style bulkhead connectors included.
- Six-way power accessory plug can be used as a convenient power source for aftermarket accessories.
- A rear body wiring with extra-long leads for custom routing.
- 175 amp mega fuse kit with 6 gauge charge cable to support a high output charging system and internally regulated alternator.
- Original-replacement connectors, terminals and lamp sockets.
- Headlight switch with 26 amp internal circuit breaker and new floor dimmer switch included.
- Dash harness connector for the 69+ GM steering column connector. A mating connector and terminals are included for easy adaption to popular late model columns.
- Replacement ignition switch that is compatible with HEI and EFI swaps.
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What most don't factor in is all the extra things you purchase to go along with your "budget" kit. The AAW kits and Painless, Ron Francis, etc, most of the time include new switches, connectors, terminals, tie wraps, and most everything you need.
In no way should anyone compare one of the AAW Classic Update Series Kits to an EZ wire universal because the EZ is just that- universal. The Classic Upgrade Series from AAW and direct fit harness from Painless and Ron Francis are designed to install as an OEM harness.
If you're a novice at re-wiring, I'd personally suggest getting the most "plug and play" harness you can get, if nothing else- to ease the frustration during install, and also it'll help you be more confident in the work you did.
My best advise I can give- is shop around for the best deal, NOT the cheapest price, and see what all comes in the different kits for that price. That is the biggest difference. You can spend well over $100 on the remaining items you'll need to install.
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