1968 plymouth roadrunner tac.

Electrical and Ignition

  1. Russ69Runner

    Russ69Runner Well-Known Member

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    Hope you and every one else has a good one. Remember it is all about those who gave their lives for our freedom. :usflag:
     
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    Fred69Runner Well-Known Member

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    Yes, absolutely! Viet Nan vet - 70-71.
     
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    Me too. :thumbsup2:
     
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    Hi Fred. Big Mo here. Sorry it took me so long to get back to you but here is a little insight on my wire experiences. Like Russ commented I had my dash out and that made it much easier to get to the wires. I do not like the squeeze on connectors so where there was a splice I soldered and shrink wrapped. Also a wire diagram is VERY helpful. It will be harder for you to get access to your wires but I think you can. One thing I can tell you is it takes a LOT OF PATIENCE. Good luck Big Mo.
     
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    Big Mo, Thanks for the reply. I also am not a fan of the squeeze connectors and solder and shrink wrap wherever I can. I normally use Aircraft terminal ends on all my connections,a habit from my A&P mechanic days... I'm probably going to wait until fall when I put it away for the winter and then pull the cluster and go through it top to bottom. I'm thinking about retrofitting a Borch 2&3/8" tach into the cluster where the clock/tach filler is. Will see if that will work after I get the cluster removed. Thanks, Fred
     
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