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> From: Jim Adney > > The original was stranded wire, started at the coil, went > thru an in-line fuse, to the front of the engine > compartment, passed thru a bulkhead w/grommet and up > to the switch and back. The up and back wires were cabled > together in an overall black vinyl jacket. Once back in > the engine compartment, the return wire from the switch > connected to a Tee connector which split the wire out to > run to each side. OK. I have that Tee. How should the cable run past the gearbox be supported - mine is hanging in free space. > That whole assy is one special part which you might find on > any 67-73 MT type 3 in the scrap yard. I may even have one myself - I stripped the loom out of a '72 parts car, but there's so much there one black wire is much the same as another. Now I know they're sleeved together I stand a chance of finding it! >AT cars used a different system, however.