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Old 09-25-2021, 09:43 AM
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Arrow Wiring Harness / Connectors mainly - '79 J20 longbed

ISO - Wiring Harness Connectors The DSPO removed the fuse block and entire wiring harness replacing it with red & black wires from grill to tailgate. I think it's time to rewire the whole thing. I'm looking for all of the connectors to install into the new harness.

EDIT : I have a 21 circuit wiring harness that I will use with the connectors.

Please let me know what you have, pics would be great, and how much you're asking for it. My shipping info is : Springfield, OR 97475 TIA
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Old 09-25-2021, 12:38 PM
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you know those generic painless wiring kits are pretty nice....just a thought
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Old 09-25-2021, 03:06 PM
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you know those generic painless wiring kits are pretty nice....just a thought


Ive had a 21 circuit kit from BJs sitting on the shelf unopened for my '74 J10 that I can use for this, but I was thinking it would be nice to to install the factory connectors with it.
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you can buy the factory connectors all day long from web sites, you should concider upgrading both ends to weatherpac connectors... you WILL want to invest in the special crimping tool though........
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Old 09-26-2021, 09:40 AM
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you can buy the factory connectors all day long from web sites, you should concider upgrading both ends to weatherpac connectors... you WILL want to invest in the special crimping tool though........

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I definitely agree with Tripwire. Most all of my builds for my customers, I will upgrade to Weather-Pack connectors and a good GXL wire. This is especially the case for anything that can be exposed to the elements or chemicals at all. And I like them a lot more, because they are much more secure and stay connected better than the older style connectors. Obviously you can't do this for specialized connectors like for light sockets and things like that, but anything else, it is a good idea.
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Old 09-28-2021, 10:20 AM
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I'm still trying to adapt to the terminology, but I believe the term Weatherpac are the connectors with the heat shrink on them. I have used those before, but that is not what mean by Connectors. I just installed a new turn indicator hub in the steering column and at the end of the wiring is a wide, flat plastic connector. Also at/near the base of the column are a couple of places where portions of the wiring harness attach with molded plastic Connectors. Those are what I am looking for. Tripwire PM'd me a link to a source for some of them. I will use the "weatherpac" type Connectors where the new wiring harness runs to places like the new LED taillights and markers I bought from BJs
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Hey Keith, I have a harness I pulled out of a 78 Cherk a few years back and have been pilfering parts/wires from for a while. it's a mess and not really worth paying to ship but if you have specific connectors you need, I'll cut them out and mail them if you want. I also have the fuse block and you can have that, too, if you want it.
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Hey Keith, I have a harness I pulled out of a 78 Cherk a few years back and have been pilfering parts/wires from for a while. it's a mess and not really worth paying to ship but if you have specific connectors you need, I'll cut them out and mail them if you want. I also have the fuse block and you can have that, too, if you want it.


I don't know what all is needed behind the dash, but the connectors along the column and its base would be really helpful. The fuse block would help with the gaping hole in the firewall I can try to get with DarkMonohue and see what all else might be good to see if you still have. I really appreciate the help Marc
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I don't know what all is needed behind the dash, but the connectors along the column and its base would be really helpful. The fuse block would help with the gaping hole in the firewall I can try to get with DarkMonohue and see what all else might be good to see if you still have. I really appreciate the help Marc




If you have any issues finding the connectors you might need after everyone else has helped you out here that has offered their help, just let me know the component the connector plugs into and I am pretty positive I can get most all of the ones you need.
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If you have any issues finding the connectors you might need after everyone else has helped you out here that has offered their help, just let me know the component the connector plugs into and I am pretty positive I can get most all of the ones you need.


Thanks Runyouover I'll have to make my list and get the party started. And I def like the idea of having anything exterior sealed up nice!
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