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Old 04-22-2012, 07:21 PM
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302 to 460 swap need dash wiring diagram

Hello, I swapping out a 302 with a 460 with a carb motor Im working on getting rid of all the wiring I don't need now that it a carb motor I have taken the whole dash out to get to the wiring my prob is with the back of the instrument panel there are two plugs does anyone have a wiring diagram that shows me what wires are what ?
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Just checked it and I did not see it I need a diagram that shows the # on the two connectors so I can track them
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I don't know if there is a difference in the 87-91 trucks in the gauges, but I do know that there is a difference on the 92-97 small block/ big block trucks.
Franklin is the site electrical specialist, so he will be able to guide you
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