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Sacramento Vintage Ford has complete wiring harnesses with fabric over PVC, but not cheap.
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When rewiring a vehicle (depending on your knowledge of electrical and experience ) looking at a complete wiring kit can appear quite daunting but go slow one section,one circuit and one wire at a time and it's not to bad a job . I really enjoy wiring but that's just me .
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Dennis - my wife is from Coatesville and I grew up in Hockessin. We're in Lewisberry now, about halfway between York and Harrisburg.
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And I'm a business major and got it done. This isn't design engineering just color matching and ruler work. Kind of like GerAnimals for those of a certain age.

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I can handle color matching!! And I'm ok with a ruler too.
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Ok, I bought my wiring harness and at the far left it has circuit 13B-B1 which it says goes to "Pillar Lt Ckt". Is this the dome light?

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I would say yes. The lines for the fuel sender and the dome light run up the pillar and over the side window to the back of the cab.

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When rewiring a vehicle (depending on your knowledge of electrical and experience ) looking at a complete wiring kit can appear quite daunting but go slow one section,one circuit and one wire at a time and it's not to bad a job . I really enjoy wiring but that's just me .
My frame and subframes are coming back from the painters tomorrow. If you get bored you could always head down here for a day or 5 and help me with mine when the time comes cause the wiring scares the crap out of me. And did you ever get that pattern for your front window. I must apologize for I completely missed your pm way back. If you do need it I can sure trace out mine and send it up to you. Sorry for the hijack. I went with the Rebel wiring kit. Its marked well for each circuit but I went with 12 volt for mine.
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Thank you Fortyniner. Since I'm moving the gas tank to the rear I guess I'll have to do some rerouting.
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