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Old 09-03-2005, 06:56 AM
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Default Wiring Diagram for 1970 ElCamino please

Hello everyone I am new here. I just became the owner of a '70 ElCamino 350/350 car. I was hoping that someone could send a link to a full wiring diagram for my car. Please!!!!!!

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DOHHHH!!!!!! I am sorry for posting a stupid question last night. It was way too late to be sitting here. I just noticed that the wiring diagrams listed second choice is '64-'88 not '64-'68.

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Old 09-03-2005, 09:47 AM
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Any diagram will do that for you, Gus!!

One prob is that so far, I have found that there are THREE DIFFERENT
Fron wirings. I have TWO '70s, both 350/350 with A/C and both are different 8O 8O 8O

One of the largest Loom re-manufacturer is VERY close to me and when I got the first /70 I visited them as I was having A/C switch and Resistor coil probs. The Lead Tech double checked and offered that the one they already had was different than mine !!

Got the new one (Dec. last year) and I found it was again different

So Good Luck!!!

PS: BTW, I do have several NOS Switches if anybody neds one.
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Old 09-04-2005, 01:51 AM
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It figures that they would have small differences. It's good to know that you have switches. I will definately keep that in mind. I am going to probably need a column or at least a shift collar as mine was beat up before I got the car by some scumbag thief. That is what I needed the wiring diag. for. Right now I'm making due with an aftermarket cheesy ign. switch under dash. That makes theft prevention pretty crappy.
My car too is a 350/350, A/C car. It is a little rough but an easily conquered project and I traded my '87 Nissan 4X4 4cyl truck for it!!

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Default New owner 1970 el camino

I JUST PURCHASED A 1970 350 ELCAMINO AND NEED THE ENTIRE WIORING DIAGRAM SO I CAN REPAIR MULTIPLE PROBLEMS THAT OBVIOUSLY WERE JURY RIGGED BY A JACKASS BACKYARD BACKDOOR SELF PROCLAIMED MECHANIC. CAN SOMEONE HELP ME OUT WITH ANY TYPE OF WIRING DIAGRAM FOR THIS VEHICLE.
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Welcome From Gainesville !!
Check this link
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I JUST PURCHASED A 1970 350 ELCAMINO AND NEED THE ENTIRE WIORING DIAGRAM SO I CAN REPAIR MULTIPLE PROBLEMS THAT OBVIOUSLY WERE JURY RIGGED BY A JACKASS BACKYARD BACKDOOR SELF PROCLAIMED MECHANIC. CAN SOMEONE HELP ME OUT WITH ANY TYPE OF WIRING DIAGRAM FOR THIS VEHICLE.
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Get the haynes repair manual #24020 from midway auto $16.00 plus frt.
1969-1987 This book is one of the best i 've ever seen. It contains every spec. offered for those years with step by step inst. and pictures. I'll post a couple to see how they come out.

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I have a 70 SS that developed a strange problem with the front turn signals. When I activate either left or right both dash indicators flash and both front turn signals flash at the same time. The rear signals work as they should.

I recently replaced the dome light and when installing the bulb I saw an arc. The fuses are good. Bulbs are good. Flasher module near the fuse box clicks when it should. No idea why the front lights and the dash both flash but the rear operates fine??

Could use some help if anyone can assist. Thanks.
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welcome BL
im not sure
could be a short between the 2 turn sig. wires up front, look for the blue and the lite blue wires,,
try to seperate them,, look for any spots rubbed thru on the insulation..

the rear lights are a different curcuit so turn signals can work with the brake lights on the same bulb..

heres the diagrams
http://www.elcaminocentral.com/articles/wiring/701.gif
http://www.elcaminocentral.com/articles/wiring/702.gif

hit the button in the electrical forum and start your own thread,,
you may get more answers..
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Strange things happen when front turn signals have poor ground...I looked for problems for weeks, when I made new grounds for front turn signals ...TA DA...life is good.
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Best wire diagram period!
www.classiccarwiring.com
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x2 on the grounds G
your link had a extra ECC in it.. cool link.
http://www.classiccarwiring.com/
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