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F-BODY LT1 ENGINE WIRING HARNESS. F is GRY and is 95 camaro tach hookup pump motor feed. A 95 camaro tach hookup RED and is Alternator feed to instrument cluster. 95 camaro tach hookup is TAN and is oil pressure feed to instrument cluster. C is BRN and is oil level feed to instrument dating private investigator. E is empty or if you have a manuel tranny it is the clutch anticipate signal and is GRY.
If this vehicle is manuel the wire would be LT GRN and would be manuel backup lamp feed. D is WHT and is techometer signal to instrument cluster. B is service engine soon indicator feed. 95 camaro tach hookup connected to the underhood fuse block. E is BRN and is Air Pump Replay Control. K is PNK and is power feed from injector fuse Last edited by mat89RS; at Six wire connector Cavity Color Use A Red Goes 95 camaro tach hookup splice, then; IGN switch, Theft deterrent relay, fuses,28,29,30,33,34 35 B Red Goes to splice, then, AC blower relay, Circuit breaker-1,3,4 fuses 36,37,38,39,40 C Red Goes to splice, then, Headlight switch, fuse 31 D?
E Yellow Goes from starter solenoid to Theft deterrent relay F? Going to leave this open, in case anyone has useful information to add Just thought I'd chime in here Most of the wires necessary on the 3rd gen for this are easily accessed at the bulk head connector next to the brake booster on a 3rd gen. There you will find the gauge wiring. There is also a thin BROWN wire that wires up to the Lt1 alternator BROWN wire.
Oil pressure gauge wire is TAN. Coolant wire is DK GREEN. PINK is power ditribution wire. If you have a digital speedometer in your car, then there is a buffer box on the passnger side of the car mine was yellow that can be used for output from the PCM to input for the gauge speedo. I can't remember what color the wire was there but it was either the second or third wire on the connector that makes the speedo work. If I remember anything else, I'll edit this.
Feel free to email me as I always forget to check my PMs here. Last edited by Trans Am 5; at Hey guys I may not know what I'm talking about here but the PCM on my 94 LT1 is not a 10 pin hookup for the blue or white connector or a 4 pin for the black. All 4 hookups are 32 pin connectors as I'm looking at my PCM right now. If theres is something I missed please correct me so I can get this right and get the motor in the car and wired correctly.
I just noticed your user name and I was wondering if it was a Conquest? If the 94 PCM has four 32 pin connectors instead of 10 pin. Does anyone know what wires go where. Or if the ones listed in the sticky are the ones I need to use. How do I find them on a 32 pin PCM. Here is the bulk head connector. Wire colors and what they do This is apparently a wiring harness, unfortunatly I can't say for sure if it is from a B, F, or Y body I 95 camaro tach hookup and pasted all the information here, printed it out, and headed off to my car expecting 95 camaro tach hookup nice easy splices When I started trying to match wires that seemed relevant, I ran into a jam!
The Blue and White connector listings didn't match my connectors. They were close, but not exact. I wrote down what I have, but forgot to bring it with me, I'll edit this post sometime after 5: The one best pick up lines for dating one I remember is the grey fuel pump speed dating in lakewood ca on the white connector F if I remember correctly, didn't even have a wire at pin F, and no grey wires at all.
This motor is from a Camaro, if someone has a helm from that year, could you post the info for these connectors? Ok here is what I have: Ok, now more readable! A Red Compared to A is RED B Tan Compared to B is TAN C Brown Compared to C is BRN D Empty Compared to 95 camaro tach hookup is empty. E Pink Compared to E is empty or GRY. A Empty Compared to A is empty. Last edited by Corry; at I'll do my best at this to help.
If you mean buy pinout on the pcm connector for the fuel pump wire being grey I don't think thats where it should be. You need a grey wire coming off of the fuel pump relay to attach to the stock wiring of your 3rd gen car that goes back to the pump itself. You would not have to tap in here at all. This is what I can come up with for a Camaro: A is RED PCM connector. B is BLACK PCM connector. D is BLUE PCM connector. Unfortunately because I don't have the time, these will not be in order until I can get a chance to edit this post.
It should help though. Pinout Color Where it goes: I'm not sure what all that is. I do have the c connector pinout for my car Thank goodness for the helm!!!!! Will the thirdgen ones work? 95 camaro tach hookup wire colors would be a plus lol I think with all that I could very easily have the beast up and running this weekend! I do understand busy schedules, and I know I really should have the helm for this motor, but its too late for that. Back to topic, thanks EDIT: Thats what it looks like, I got a few more minutes, so I'll try and sift a little Ahhhh, got it, off the PCM itself, wow though, what a pain tracing wires like that, I kinda hoped the helm for the car would have the connectors and pinouts like mine has for the There are going to be wires that can be eliminated but should be done so only after the car actaually runs.
That way you can make sure you haven't missed 95 camaro tach hookup. Check this link out for schematics for a Z These should clear up some issues as well. The link will take you to another site where I was able to add larger pics of the pages from manual.