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post #1 of 31 Old 03-01-2013, 12:35 PM Thread Starter
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T176 Reverse switch harness

Are there any of these harnesses left out there? I've looked everywhere! (I think)....

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post #2 of 31 Old 03-01-2013, 12:47 PM
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I keep looking myself. I need the same harness. I see them once in a while on ebay, but never got one.
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post #3 of 31 Old 03-01-2013, 01:06 PM
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Collins bros ?

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I made one from t5 tranny harness. Just had to cut the plug that goes to tranny off and put on spade terminals

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post #5 of 31 Old 03-01-2013, 02:30 PM
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Make your own.

try:
http://www.pcsconnectors.com/packard56.aspx

Neutral safety switch plug can be ordered from O'Reilly auto online Part # PT5667.

Should be less expensive and if you can crimp a wire to a connector you could really use any 4 pin connector housing i.e. bosch, packard, delphi, weather-pak.

Just an option.
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Collins bros ?
That pic is from Collins Brothers. They are sold out. And, if I can find the right plug, I will make my own.
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Is this it? I have not had a chance to get to the parts store annd try it out.
http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...wire+connector
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If anyone has a spare 4wd indicator plug like the top pic Nelle posted, I have one of these harnesses. I don't want to have to hack it up, so if I can find a p/n for a connector even at a part store, I'll have this harness available intact. I actually found this thread just as I was going to cut it apart to wire it in to my light.

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If anyone has a spare 4wd indicator plug like the top pic Nelle posted, I have one of these harnesses. I don't want to have to hack it up, so if I can find a p/n for a connector even at a part store, I'll have this harness available intact. I actually found this thread just as I was going to cut it apart to wire it in to my light.
PM Nelle and ask him were he got the picture from.
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If anyone has a spare 4wd indicator plug like the top pic Nelle posted, I have one of these harnesses. I don't want to have to hack it up, so if I can find a p/n for a connector even at a part store, I'll have this harness available intact. I actually found this thread just as I was going to cut it apart to wire it in to my light.
I have a similar plug like that from my old engine harness that would probably work. Think it was the temp sender plug. PM me if you want to get rid of the harness you got. Thanks!
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i recently bought a dana 300 and it had the indicator wiring with it. The PO couldn't unplug it from the t-case so he let it go with it. It is complete from the plug at the firewall all the way to the transfercase ( with the plug for the trans) As far as I can tell it looks the same as the wiring on my t-176/300 combo in my 7. I don't need this wiring if anyone needs it just let me know.
I will try to get pics of it tomorrow if any one wants them.
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Hasselback is getting mine, planning to ship it out Monday. Matt, check with Waterdowg.

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i recently bought a dana 300 and it had the indicator wiring with it. The PO couldn't unplug it from the t-case so he let it go with it. It is complete from the plug at the firewall all the way to the transfercase ( with the plug for the trans) As far as I can tell it looks the same as the wiring on my t-176/300 combo in my 7. I don't need this wiring if anyone needs it just let me know.
I will try to get pics of it tomorrow if any one wants them.
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Got exactly what I was looking for thanks to Rick (cutlass327)! Couldn't beat the price either! Thanks again!


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Welcome!

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