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Technical Question about 8 circuit wiring harness

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Rockabillykat666, May 8, 2020.

  1. Hey all, I am rewiring my 55 ford, and years ago probably 2004, i purchased an 8 circuit harness from some manufacturer, not sure who because the paperwork is gone. On the Constant hot side I have the red 10 gauge battery wire, 2 14 gauge wires, and a short 10 gauge yellow wire with a butt connector. Any idea what the yellow wire is supposed to feed? It's on a 25 amp fuse. I bought my car back after selling it quite a few years ago, it's been through 3 owners since and someone wired it to my dome light. Ha ha.
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  3. OFT
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    Do you have picture of fuse panel itself? Maybe someone will recognize it. Red and yellow are colors used for constant B+ (battery or "hot" all the time).
  4. These are the pics I have in my phone 0508201531.jpg 0508201531a.jpg

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    I would agree with OFT, Constant B+, in the instructions I posted earlier it is an orange wire. Which are GM colors.

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  6. thanks guys this does help a lot
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  7. If it's the yellow wire on the upper right in your picture, it is connected to the battery busbar and is not fused. It maybe a sub-feed to a higher amp accessory with it's own breaker, like A/C, power seats/windows, etc.
  8. Yeah I wouldn't think to connect to the ignition switch without it being fused. I really cant think of anything with very high amperage that it would go to. No AC or power anything. guess I can just cap it off.
  9. Dangerous Dan
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    Dangerous Dan
    from Graham Wa.

    Could be a fuse able link.

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