poison dart rewire

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poison dart rewire

Postby ron stahl » Thu Oct 20, 2011 6:09 pm

hi,anyone know of anyone that can rewire (new harness) my 69 dart/ like to get it done sometime!
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Re: poison dart rewire

Postby Lloyds Auto » Thu Oct 20, 2011 8:05 pm

what kind of harness? painless? or factory replacement?
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Re: poison dart rewire

Postby Michael17963 » Thu Oct 27, 2011 10:13 pm

Ron, I can help you do it. Nothing really to wiring a car except time! What do you have planned? Factor Harness or Aftermarket?
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Re: poison dart rewire

Postby motormike56 » Wed Nov 02, 2011 2:48 pm

I can also help. If you can get the car to me or I can come to you. What kind of harness are you planning on? It doesn't matter which really and there is really nothing to it. If you've got patience and some time, it is a snap! Call me at 570-856-0236 or send me a message motormike56@comcast.net. Mike.
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Re: poison dart rewire

Postby ron stahl » Tue Nov 08, 2011 8:01 pm

hi thanks guys! need to get painless or other one. yes love some help. mybe towards spring is that ok? will pay! what do you guys recamend? sorry took so long. grab me at next meeting about it thanks
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Re: poison dart rewire

Postby ron stahl » Tue Nov 08, 2011 8:04 pm

oh forgot. can i get somesort of race wire harness? i dont have radio or heater. or what ever you think ?thanks . mybe santa will bring me a harness hehe!
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Re: poison dart rewire

Postby motormike56 » Mon Nov 28, 2011 8:48 pm

Hey, I just wanted to let you know that there are many options as far as harnesses' are concerned. Do a little homework now and it will save LOTS of grief later. I personally used American Autowire because it was the most cost effective and it had everything I was looking for. If you go with a harness from painless or american or kwik wire you may get the harness color coded in GM only colors. If it matters to you, you would then have to look for a chrysler/dodge/plymouth specific harness. If you don't care which, Speedway Motors has a good universal, 8 circuit harness that may suit you. These are just some examples, I can give you some other places to look if you want. But I would look at Speedway Motors, Kwik Wire, and American Autowire. You can also try Year 1. Happy hunting! Mike
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