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Speedway Universal 22 Circuit Wiring Harness

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Specs
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Number of Circuits:
22
Compatible with GM Column:
Yes
Fuse Block Included:
Yes
Notes
Includes GM column plug, headlight switch, dimmer switch, and signal flashers. All circuits are fused. Leads to taillights are 17.00 feet long.
Speedway Universal 22 Circuit Wiring Harness
Speedway Universal 22 Circuit Wiring Harness
Speedway Universal 22 Circuit Wiring Harness
Speedway Universal 22 Circuit Wiring Harness
Speedway Universal 22 Circuit Wiring Harness
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Speedway Universal 22 Circuit Wiring Harness

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Whether you're building an option loaded car or just want to have extra circuits available for future updates, this harness is perfect and makes any job painless. Compact 5-1/2"L x 4-1/2"W x 3-1/4"H  fuse block holds 18 standard push-in fuses and can be mounted almost anywhere.  This universal wiring harness is an updated version of our best-selling 20 circuit harness, with the addition of 2 extra fused circuits.

Each high temperature wire is color coded and labeled every six inches. Also includes GM type steering column connectors. To keep costs down and the quality high, this harness does not include any switches, light sockets or plugs that you would normally already have.

  • Harness has 22 circuits (all fused)
  • Taillight leads measure 17' long
  • Includes plug for GM column, headlight switch, dimmer switch, and signal flashers

Wiring Harness Installation Instructions (PDF)

Note: This kit includes ribbon plugs to connect to most GM and aftermarket columns, in addition to including plugs to connect to the ignition switch on "keyed" GM columns.

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