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soiouz
Posted 2016-02-07 8:30 PM (#503539 - in reply to #503526)
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LD3 Greg - 2016-02-07 7:06 PM

David, I knew there was a good reason to save it all those years ago!!

Greg



Oh thanks, Greg!


I'll pick it up at your place some time this year!
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miquelonbrad
Posted 2016-02-08 3:52 AM (#503565 - in reply to #398789)
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Neat pics of the wiring harnesses being built. Good to see where mine came from.
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Posted 2016-02-08 8:58 AM (#503579 - in reply to #503565)
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Thanks, Brad. Really busy for the last few months. A lot of cars being restored at this time.

Greg
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Posted 2016-02-27 12:48 AM (#505310 - in reply to #398789)
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As I recall, I've only had a couple of these orders. All the wiring for a 60 Sport Fury Sonoramic Convertible. It is hard to zoom in on multiple layers, but, here goes.

All original style PED plastic connectors and terminals. All NEW, nothing recycled!!

Greg



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Posted 2016-02-27 1:03 AM (#505312 - in reply to #398789)
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There is a significance to the last pic. Some time ago, I wrongly argued on a thread with Mick (totired) that the Hi-beam indicator light wire should be red not white for 60 Ply. Here is the proof that I conceded the point!!!

Greg
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Sahnu
Posted 2016-08-28 12:05 PM (#520014 - in reply to #398789)
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Hi
Do you do Imperial 1959 electric cables. I would like to order.
Thanks
Olli ?
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Posted 2016-09-04 5:26 PM (#520517 - in reply to #520014)
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Ollie, I don't have anything for 59 Imperials.

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Greg
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d500dodge59
Posted 2016-09-10 3:57 AM (#520908 - in reply to #520517)
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greg this is jan what olli need is the power window wiring harnes you made them for me dont you have the patern for it he need one without the power doorlocks
JAN
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di_ch_NY56
Posted 2016-09-10 8:39 AM (#520921 - in reply to #398789)
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Wow Greg

The wiring harness in your pictures looks really great. I assume you'll build 300F wiring harnesses as well? The wiring harness in my 300F (the Letter) looks good, but all the brass contacts are badly corroded.

Happy Restoring! I will not give up restoring my Letter until it's finished.

Dieter

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Posted 2016-09-10 9:06 AM (#520922 - in reply to #520908)
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d500dodge59 - 2016-09-10 3:57 AM

greg this is jan what olli need is the power window wiring harnes you made them for me dont you have the patern for it he need one without the power doorlocks
JAN


Jan, you sent me patterns and I sent them back to you. I didn't keep anything because I don't want to do 59 imperial wiring!

Greg
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Posted 2016-09-10 9:12 AM (#520923 - in reply to #520921)
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di_ch_NY56 - 2016-09-10 8:39 AM

Wow Greg

The wiring harness in your pictures looks really great. I assume you'll build 300F wiring harnesses as well? The wiring harness in my 300F (the Letter) looks good, but all the brass contacts are badly corroded.

Happy Restoring! I will not give up restoring my Letter until it's finished.

Dieter



Thanks, Dieter,
I do 300F wiring all the time. email me, ggleggatt@gmail.com

Thanks,
Greg
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d500dodge59
Posted 2016-09-13 1:30 AM (#521121 - in reply to #520922)
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ok did you allso send the old ones i havent take it out of the box yet
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Posted 2016-09-13 10:04 PM (#521204 - in reply to #521121)
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d500dodge59 - 2016-09-13 1:30 AM

ok did you allso send the old ones i havent take it out of the box yet


I think so!!
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Posted 2019-11-21 11:25 PM (#590522 - in reply to #521204)
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Another rather rare but very functional 57-59? accessory was an underhood light. The only one I recall seeing was on a 58 Dodge in a salvage yard. Here it is installed on my Regal.
The pink power wire comes directly from the "AUX" terminal of the headlight switch and the base of the underhood light socket is a Mercury switch.
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Posted 2019-11-21 11:34 PM (#590523 - in reply to #590522)
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My photos were too big!! !!!
PITA
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57burb
Posted 2019-11-22 10:51 AM (#590542 - in reply to #398789)
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Pink wire; is it not just a trunk light+switch added to the car? Or was it actually an option?

This is my favorite thread on the entire site. There is a lot of hard-earned accurate information for anyone willing to spend a few moments to absorb it. Thanks Greg!
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Posted 2019-11-22 3:50 PM (#590561 - in reply to #590542)
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Thanks, Danny! That thread spans a bunch of years.

I'll get a photo of the trunk light next time I'm at the car.

Greg

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Posted 2019-11-23 11:49 AM (#590611 - in reply to #590561)
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Here is the trunk light. A completely different bracket. The underhood light bracket could probably be rebent and cut to become a trunk light but not the other way around.

The "pink wire" circuit is an interesting one. It does vary from year to year and model to model but for 58 Dodge it powers a number of lights. It is battery power, through a circuit breaker within the headlight switch to the "aux" gang on the switch. Powers brake lights, dome lights, map lights, glovebox light, radio lights, trunk light as well as the underhood light if equipped. As long as the battery is connected pink wires are "hot".

Greg



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