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914Greg
post Dec 1 2019, 05:06 PM
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I have bought a roller without an engine wiring harness, it was a 4 that will be converted to a 6 with MSD and built in alt regulator, would it be just as easy to start from scratch with a harness than mod an old one?
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post Dec 2 2019, 05:57 PM
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I modified an existing harness for a 3.0 several years ago. The 12 pin connector was sourced by the owner if I remember right and I seem to remember something about Mercedes using the same connectors. His was using carbs. We called Jerry Woods in California to be sure about the hookup with MSD. Nice fellow and very helpful. I kind of dropped out of 914 things after selling my 76 2.0 and haven't kept in touch with the guy I did the harness mods for. I never heard from him either, but his car is running so I guess all was well. I will add a wiring diagram for your use if you want it. I used a couple of Weather Tech connectors to keep everything with the MSD connections water tight.
Hope this can be some help,
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