1967 Pontiac Bonneville engine harness wiring

Tiny
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  • 1967 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE
  • 6.6L
  • V8
  • RWD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 259,000 MILES
I need to know what the black and orange(not trans kickdown switch), the dark blue, the pink, and the white wires all go to off the main connector on the firewall on the engine compartment side. All of them were spliced into the alternator need to know proper places to put wires. Its a two door hardtop if it makes any difference
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Sunday, December 21st, 2014 AT 9:04 PM

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Tiny
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You can get a complete harness from American auto wire if that is easier but there are a cople of blue wires an dno orange only orange/blk. I've sent a pic the pink/blk wire may go to positive of coil and dk blue may go to oil pressure switch. Blk orange goes to trasns switch on carb
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Monday, December 22nd, 2014 AT 6:42 AM
Tiny
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Where can I get a free wiring diagram for this 67bonneville? My harness is still all there its just been ghetto spliced
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Monday, December 22nd, 2014 AT 8:18 AM
Tiny
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I messed up its the white wire the dark blue wire the black and pink wire and a thick black and orange wire
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Monday, December 22nd, 2014 AT 8:22 AM
Tiny
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That is why I said to get a new one from American auto wire, they have all the connectors already made up. I have diagrams for those years but they aren't free and the ones from the manual aren't either. I have no idea where you can get a free one. The thick orange an dblack wire should go to the alternator where the nut holds it on on the plastic insulated piece on back of alternator. Dont' forget cover for it either. Besides the wire shold be blk/red but time has faded the red probably.
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Monday, December 22nd, 2014 AT 12:33 PM
Tiny
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Just cause you aren't poor doesn't mean anyone else isn't. You posted a pic of that one diagram why can't you post the ones you have I'm not trying to break your arm but if you got them you could share the wealth instead of being like the parts store people trying to charge someone for general knowledge when if u know where look its free. I could see if u were under My dash tracing wires but its me under there not you so you aren't out any money posting a diagram you have laying around. And y'all r suppose to help answer?S for people who can't afford your insight well I asked please answer and quit trying to take advantage of people less fortunate than yourself and just cause I got an old car doesn't mean I'm made of money I'm 25 and I have two kids and I'm just trying to get this thing dependable enough so I could take em to the hospital if needed
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Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014 AT 7:06 AM
Tiny
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I have given you everything you have asked for. Unfortunately when you ask for a complete witing diagram thy are way to big to put on what we can send out on a thumbnail. I'realize how people don't have the money for this or that and I am by no means rich. Normally I put answers that will cost money due to having the info from many years ago. You can look online to see what there is but you may or maynot be successful. The book I have is poster size almost so it is very hard to copy complete and or send that way. If you were local you could copy it an d give it back but I've not been to successful with stuff like that. Normally I give it then never see it returned. So I no longer do that. If I had to go copy and send this to you it takes time and that is what I charge for. You might try to see if you can rent the manual for your car through our site you can rent it for a week and print out what you need. I'm not sure if it works for Vintage or not as that is the car you are dealing with. Cars as old as yours are always damaged unless it's a show type car, Because other people don' t know wht they are doing and decide to go through with it and end up screwing it up like yours is. Hey everyone knows how to work on a car right? I don't think so. Keep in mind you are restoring a car and it costs money to do that.
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Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014 AT 7:41 AM

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