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looking for some help wiring ignition on a 70 Challenger

Electrical and Ignition

  1. dart 1968

    dart 1968 Member

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    Looking for a wiring guide for a 70 Challenger with point ignition that looks similar to the attached image I found for a Dodge Dart. If anyone has any info it would be appreciated, I have the wiring schematics just need a guide at this point. Thank you.

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  2. moparleo

    moparleo Well-Known Member

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    What else do you need ? If you want the same type of picture, it is that site's own illustration. AUTOREWIRE.COM Are you installing the column harness ? It is just plugged in. No schematic is required. What is the rest of this story ?
    And :welcome:. Check in at the welcome wagon and you can also check through the Tech forums for more help.
     
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2018
  3. dart 1968

    dart 1968 Member

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    Sorry for the delay, I've been cruising around BBodies website more often. The original owner melted the wiring from the firewall to the engine, so I'm looking for a wiring guide for the alternator/starter/ignition column down but for a point ignition, can only seem to find guides on electronic ignition. Looks like automotiverewire.com is no longer operational unfortunately. Thanks for your time and welcoming me!
     
  4. aussiemark

    aussiemark Well-Known Member

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    Just buy a reproduction engine wiring harness and have a good look at the dash wiring harness that could have caused the melted wiring.