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hybridamp 
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Anyone have wiring information for 1967 Corvette Stingray?
howie ll 
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Sorry to be naughty about this but you could find out for yourself with a test light in this than half an hour. It's that simple compared to a modern car.
Unless this a fuel injected car, I'd think twice about a remote start, you'll have to prime the carbs.
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I figured that, but I've only done modern cars up to this point so I figured any info going in may make it even faster and that I could estimate how many relays, etc., to take with me for the install at his location.
It has been upgraded to electronic fuel injection and he went with a crate motor to be used as a driver rather than a correct restoration/show car, but his primary need is security so I may not hookup the remote start section of the system anyhow. I'll have to see what it looks like I suppose.
Thanks for the input though.
howie ll 
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The point I was making though, no data, no BCU though there might be a rudimentary engine ECU, not relevant to us though, does it even have central locking?
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hi,
at ignition switch:
red...battery
pink...ignition
purple...start
brown...accessory
headlight switch:
red...battery
light blue...headlights (+)
brown...tail lights (+)
purple...parking lights (+)
white...courtesy lights (-)
probably doesn't have door locks, unless they were added.
white at brake switch (+)
tach dependent on ECM..distributor or individual coils?
factory tach is mechanical drive
mark
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check this place out... you'll love it.

http://65corvette.nonethewiser.net/technical/67corvette_wiring.pdf

yuk
quiet rural missouri, near KC.
If your system moves you physically and not emotionally, you have wasted your money.

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