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Painless wiring harness

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by 84 Shorty, Mar 18, 2018.

  1. 84 Shorty

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    It came with the truck when I bought it. I’m not sure what to price this at. If anyone know let me know. A lot of wires, it looks to be all there.

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    Happen to know the number of the kit???.
     
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    I couldn’t find any part number on it.
     
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    Bummer...
     
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    I'd saying trying to find the part # if at all possible would be a huge help. No telling if it's an OEM kit and to what does it fit, or a universal kit.
     
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    I see you have a manual with it, that should be some clue as to if it's an OEM or Universal Kit.
     
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    What is that # on the front page of the manual there? Even if it's manual #, let us know which one that is, and then we may be able to download that manual ourselves and see what kit it is.
     
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    Booklet p/n is 90501
     
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    I’ll look it over real good and see if I can’t find something.
     
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    The book still helps. So we know it's not a model specific harness now.

    It's going to be one of the either 21 or 28 circuit kits. We can count how many fuses it has to figure that and it'll cut down in about half of those listed on the book. Then I'd start looking at the connectors that came with it. I'm going to guess it's likely one of the GM Customizable Kits. Like if it has the GM Turn Signal connector etc.

    @gmachinz might be able to help ID it too since I'm sure he has some competition with Painintheass harnesses. :shrug:
     
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    No dice on part number. Going from left to right on connectors; Dimmer switch, ignition switches, and starter solenoid

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    Are the circuits tagged by chance?, maybe it's a universal that would be cool..
     
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    What you mean tagged?
     
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    There are bundles of wire, do they have tags on them?.
     

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