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Thanks @stevej!

Some of this is definitely right, but I have some questions about a few things.

8 hours ago, SteveJ said:

Black/yellow & black - washer motor

Green - typically horn

Is the washer motor not up on the washer tank by the firewall? If it is, I think we both has some stuff swapped around.

I thought maybe these wires went to the Thermo Switch and other things that connected to the distributor on the Automatic cars. Here's a close crop of the illustration in the FSM where this stuff is. It would be between the lights and the ballast resistor, but I don't see a branch in the harness in the illustration.

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I'm pretty sure I have the green wires for the horns accounted for in the bundles coming out of the loom near the headlights. This one is further down the harness toward the coil. I chased it back to a splice where it joins a green wire that goes back to the other end. There are two black w/ white wires in that splice as well. These are the ones that go to the coil and stuff you mentioned.

 

8 hours ago, SteveJ said:

The black was probably a ground - maybe the chassis ground?

There is a black wire running to a ground next to the battery in the wiring diagram. Do you think it's this one? (Why the hell would someone cut that!?!)

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8 hours ago, SteveJ said:

Yellow/green - not sure why this would be alone. It could be associated with the intermittent wiper relay. Page BE-2 does show the Y/G wire as a pin on a 3 wire connector. The mystery is that BE-2 shows 2 Y/G wires for the engine harness. One is on the blue connector, and the other is on the white connector. However, I only can find the destination of one Y/G wire at the 3 wire connector.

I am wondering if this whole mess actually goes to the washer tank and what I have labeled as the washer tank wire goes somewhere else. Here's where this is in the FSM illustration:

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It would make sense that this thin branch would be this part given how long it is. However, if it is some of these other things are not what I have them labeled now.

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Okay, so I went down to my car to take a look to see what I could match up. The black/yellow and green wire are for emissions controls. Matching wire lengths helps, even if the controls have been removed.

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The black/yellow is for the opener control valve, and the green is for the solenoid valve. Look through the EC section of the FSM for more info. In my car, a previous owner had cut the wires and spliced them back in. I'm not sure why.

In looking at the washer motor, my car does not have a yellow/green running to the washer motor. I believe it was black/yellow. I could not find a single yellow/green, only the one in the 3 wire connector for the wiper amplifier. Of course, there's only so much time I'll spend contorted in the footwell to look at the wiring. 

As for why someone would cut off a body ground...well, I don't use the term IPO (idiot previous owner) for fun.

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So I did a little more digging. The black/yellow is shown toward the bottom left of the wiring diagram.

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This shows the green wire. There might be a black/white wire hiding around there, too.

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I think I found the answer to the yellow w/ green wire question: apparently it's from a low brake fluid/pressure sensor to the e-brake light on the dash.

 

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It's labeled "Brake ind." in the diagram and the wire shown is yellow with blue. It's also Yellow w/ Blue on pages BE-5 and BE-6 in the FSM diagram, conflicting with page BE-2.

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I have another table for you, this time for the engine harness in automatic cars.

For manual cars, you would not have the Seatbelt Relay, the Inhibitor Switch, the Thermo Relay, or the Thermo Switch. In a 1973 car with a manual transmission, you WOULD have the Throttle Opener Vacuum Relay for the flat top carburetors (not included in the table).

Note that there are a few things I was unsure of in here, so they are marked with a pink background in the table cell. The wires that were cut have indeterminant lengths, so I measured how long they were to the point where they were cut. Where the harness I have differs from the FSM and wiring diagrams, I have marked the change in red.

The things I am most curious / worried about are the missing black w/ yellow wire that should be coming out of the blue 10-pin connector and the missing green w/ black wire that should be coming out of the green 10-pin connector.

1973 240z Engine Harness (Automatic Transmission) Inventory
Position Component Connector Color Connector Style Connector Image Direction # of Pins # of Wires Diagram Wire Color Sample Wire Color Min. Feet of Wire Needed
1
Instrument Harness A
Blue
10-Prong
IMG_4750.JPG
F
10
9
Red w/ Black Red w/ Black 6 (to Yellow Splice C)
Red w/ White Red w/ White (Heavy) [See Headlight LH]
Green w/ Black Green w/ Black [See Horn Relay]
Green w/ Red Green w/ Red [See Horn Relay]
Yellow w/ Green Yellow w/ Green [See Low Brake Fluid/Pressure Sensor]
Red w/ Black Red w/ Black [See Reverse Light Switch on Trans]
Black w/ Yellow ?
Red Red [See Fog Light RH]
Blue w/ Yellow Blue w/ White [See Wiper Motor]
Instrument Harness B
Green
10-Prong
IMG_4751.JPG
F
10
8
Black Black [See Ground - ?]
Black Black (Heavy) 2 (to Blue Splice A)
Green w/ Black ?
Green w/ Black Green w/ Black [See Parking & T/S & Side Front RH]
Green w/ Red Green w/ Red [See Parking & T/S & Side Front LH]
Blue Black w/ Yellow [See Seat Belt Relay]
Green Green [See Seat Belt Relay]
Green Green [See Seat Belt Relay]
Instrument Harness C
White Black
10-Prong
IMG_4752.JPG
F
10
8
Blue w/ Yellow Blue w/ Yellow [See Wiper Motor]
Red Red (Thick) [See Headlight RH]
Green w/ Blue Green w/ Blue 5 (to Blue Splice F)
Red w/ Blue Red w/ Blue [See Inspection Light]
Red w/ Yellow Red w/ Yellow (Thick) [See Headlight LH]
Black Black [See Water Tank]
Blue Blue [See Wiper Motor]
Yellow w/ Green Yellow w/ Green [See Intermittent Relay]
Instrument Harness D
Black White
10-Prong
IMG_4753.JPG
F
10
9
Blue w/ Red Blue w/ Red 2 (to Yellow Splice A)
Yellow w/ Black Yellow w/ Black [See Oil Pressure Switch]
Black w/ White Black w/ White 2 (to Orange Splice A)
Black w/ White Black w/ White 4 (to Blue Splice C)
Yellow w/ White Yellow w/ White [See Temperature Sending Sensor]
Green Green [See Hazard]
White White [See Hazard]
Black w/ White Black [See Ballast Resistor]
Green w/ White Green w/ White [See Ballast Resistor]
Instrument Harness E White   IMG_4754.JPG   1 1 White w/ Red White w/ Red (Heavy) [See Alternator]
Instrument Harness F White   IMG_4755.JPG   1 1 White White (Heavy) 3 (to Green Splice A)
Horn Relay
Clear Spade
IMG_4756.JPG
F 1 1 Green w/ Black Green w/ Black 2
Clear Spade F 1 1 Green Green 7 (to Yellow Splice D)
Clear Spade F 1 1 Green w/ Red Green w/ Red 2
Intermittent Relay
White
4-Prong
IMG_4757.JPG
F
4
3
Yellow Yellow [See Wiper Motor]
Green Black 4 (to Blue Splice B)
Yellow w/ Green Yellow w/ Green 2
Hazard
White
2-Prong
(90 Degree)
IMG_4758.JPG
F
2
2
White White 2
Green Green 2
 
Yellow Splice A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Blue w/ Red
N/A
Red w/ Black
2
Seatbelt Relay (A/T)
White
4-Prong
IMG_4759.JPG
F
6
6
Black w/ Yellow Black w/ Yellow [See Neutral Safety Switch]
Black w/ Yellow Black w/ Yellow 6 (to Yellow Splice C)
Black w/ Yellow Black w/ Yellow [See Inhibitor Switch]
Black Black 1 (to Blue Splice A)
Green Green 3
Green Green 3
Wiper Motor
White
6-Prong
IMG_4760.JPG
F
6
5
Blue w/ White Blue w/ White 4
Blue Blue 4
Blue w/ Yellow Blue w/ Yellow 4
Yellow Yellow 4
Black Black 2 (to Blue Splice A)
Blue w/ Red Blue w/ Red 2 (from Yellow Splice A)
Ground - ?     Missing   1 1   Black 4+ (from Blue Splice A)
Water Tank
Clear Spade
IMG_4761.JPG
F 1 1 Black w/ Yellow Black w/ Yellow 8
Black Spade M 1 1 Black Black 8
Low Brake Fluid/Pressure Sensor Clear Bullet (Large) IMG_4762.JPG F 1 1 Yellow w/ Green Yellow w/ Green 9
 
Yellow Splice B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Black w/ Yellow
N/A
Black w/ Yellow
 
Orange Splice A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Black w/ White
N/A
Black w/ Yellow
 
Blue Splice A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3
3
Black
N/A
Black
Black (Heavy) 2 (to Blue Splice B)
3
Reverse Light Switch on Trans
Clear Bullet
IMG_4763.JPG
M 1 1 Red w/ Black Red w/ Black 4
Clear Bullet M 1 1 Red Red w/ Black 3 (from Yellow Splice A)
Neutral Safety Switch
(for solenoid power)
Clear Bullet
IMG_4764.JPG
F 1 1 Black w/ Yellow Black w/ Yellow 5
Clear Bullet F 1 1 Black w/ Yellow Black w/ Yellow 5
 
Blue Splice B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3
3
Black
N/A
Black (Heavy)
Black (Heavy) 2 (to Blue Splice C)
 
Blue Splice C
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3
3
Black w/ White
N/A
Black w/ White
Green
 
Green Splice A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
White (Heavy)
N/A
White
4
Starter Motor White 1-Prong IMG_4765.JPG M 1 1 White White (Heavy) 1 (from Green Splice A)
Starter Ground Black Ring IMG_4766.JPG N/A 1 1 Black Black (Heavy) 2 (from Blue Splice B)
Inhibitor Switch (A/T) Clear Spade IMG_4767.JPG F 1 1 Black w/ Yellow Black w/ Yellow 4
 
Blue Splice D
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3
3
Black
N/A
Black (Heavy)
Black (Heavy)
6
Oil Pressure Switch     IMG_4768.JPG   1   Yellow w/ Black Yellow w/ Black 6
Alternator
White
2-Prong
IMG_4769.JPG
F
2
2
White w/ Black White w/ Black 5
Yellow Yellow [See Voltage Regulator]
Black Ring w/ Cap N/A 1 1 White w/ Red White w/ Red (Heavy) 5
Alternator Ground Black Ring IMG_4770.JPG N/A 1 1 Black Black (Heavy) 2 (from Blue Splice B)
7
Voltage Regulator
White
6-Prong
IMG_4771.JPG
F
6
5
Yellow Yellow 2
White White 5
Black Black 5
White w/ Black White w/ Black 5
Black w/ White Black w/ White 5
Distributor Condenser Clear Bullet IMG_4772.JPG F 1 1 Black w/ White Black w/ White 5
5 Inspection Light Clear Bullet IMG_4773.JPG F 1 1 Red w/ Blue Red w/ Blue 7
 
Blue Splice E
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Black N/A
Black 2 (from Blue Splice D)
 
Yellow Splice C
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Red w/ Black
N/A
Red w/ Black
 
Blue Splice F
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Green w/ Blue
N/A
Green w/ Blue
 
Yellow Splice D
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Green
N/A
Green
 
Orange Splice B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Red w/ White (Heavy
N/A
Red w/ Black (Thick)
8
Side Marker Lamp RH
Clear Bullet IMG_4780.JPG F 1 1 Green w/ Blue Green w/ Blue 2 (from Blue Splice F)
Clear Bullet   M 1 1 Black Black 2 (from Blue Splice E)
Parking & T/S & Side Front RH
White
3-Prong
IMG_4776.JPG
F
3
5
Black
Black 6
Black 6
Green w/ Blue
Green w/ Blue 2 (from Blue Splice F)
Green w/ Blue 2 (to Blue Splice G)
Green w/ Black Green w/ Black 6
Head Light RH
White
3-Prong
IMG_4775.JPG
M
3
3
Red Red (Thick) 6
Red w/ Black Red w/ Black 6
Red w/ White Red w/ Black 1 (from Yellow Splice C)
Fog Light RH
Clear Bullet   M 1 1 Black Black 6
Clear
Bullet
IMG_4782.JPG
F
1
2
Red
Red
[See Fog Light LH]
6
Horn RH Clear Spade IMG_4774.JPG F 1 1 Green Green 6
 
Blue Splice G
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Green w/ Blue
N/A
Green w/ Blue
 
Blue Splice H
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
2
Black
N/A
Black
9
Horn LH Clear Spade IMG_4783.JPG F 1 1 Green Green 8
Fog Light LH
Clear Bullet
IMG_4784.JPG
M 1 1 Black Black 8
Clear Bullet F 1 1 Red Red 8
Parking & T/S & Side Front LH
White
3-Prong
IMG_4786.JPG
F
3
3
Black Black 8
Green w/ Red Green w/ Red 8
Green w/ Blue Green w/ Blue 1 (from Blue Splice G)
Head Light LH
White
3-Prong
IMG_4787.JPG
M
3
3
Red w/ Yellow Red w/ Yellow 8
Red w/ White Red w/ White (Heavy) 8
Red w/ Black Red w/ Black 3 (to Yellow Splice C)
Side Marker Lamp LH
Clear Bullet
IMG_4785.JPG
F 1 1 Black Black 8
Clear Bullet M 1 1 Green w/ Blue Green w/ Blue 1 (from Blue Splice G)
10
Thermo Switch (A/T) - ?     Missing     1   Black w/ Yellow 7+ (from Yellow Splice B)
Thermo Relay (A/T)
    Missing     1 Black Black 9+
    Missing     1 Green Green 9+
11
Temperature Sending Sensor Clear Bullet IMG_4788.JPG F 1 1 Yellow w/ White Yellow w/ White 13
Distributor Clear Spade IMG_4789.JPG F 1 1 Black Black [See Coil]
Coil Positive Clear Spade
IMG_4790.JPG
F 1 1 Black w/ White (w/ Shroud) Black w/ White (w/ Shroud) 12 (from Orange Splice A)
Coil Negative Clear Spade F 1 1 Black Black 2
Balast Resistor
Clear Spade
IMG_4791.JPG
F 1 1 Green w/ White Green w/ White 12
Clear Spade F 1 1 Black w/ White Black w/ White 12

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Thanks! I am hopeful that I didn't make any errors. If I did it would most likely be with the measurements of the wire lengths, since I was super tired of working on this harness by the time I got to that step. I checked them a couple of times, so they should be right, but there are a lot more splices in this harness than there were in the body harness and they are mostly blue or yellow, so difficult to keep straight.

I'm also bothered by the fact that someone cut 4 of the wires and I can't tell you how long they should be or what the connector should be. :/

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Also, I was wondering if anyone knows what gauges the OEM wires are. It looks like there are 3, maybe 4 sizes, which I have tried to indicate with (heavy) and (thick) next to the wire colors in the table.

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Okay, I made some progress over the weekend.

I pulled the gauges and ducts out of the dashboard last week, so I had access to all of the wiring, which is now out.

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I also purchased a Volt / Fuel gauge for a 1975-76 280z. These had the same condensed font as the 240z, so it should look like it’s supposed to be there. I’ll have to take note of this when I draw up the new wiring diagram.

I also investigated getting a 280z tach, as we discussed previously. Originally I thought I would be able to put a ZX tach instrument into the tach housing because of a video I saw claiming this can be done, but he must have misspoken because the ZX instrument is pretty different and doesn’t just bolt in the way a 280z tach instrument does.

I’m thinking about doing this because I went ahead and bought that 280zx distributor with the E12-80 module on it.

I think the best course of action, although a little on the spendy side, is to find a good 280z tach and swap the instrument into my housing. This will be another place where I need to change the wiring diagram, particularly because of the 2200 ohm resistor required.

So now on to cataloging this dashboard harness.

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I can say that I have an OE '72 240Z tach that works as it should with an E12-80 ZX distributor. "I" did it myself from "Blues tech tips" without any problems. I'm stressing that I did it, you're way deeper than I ever could be and without walking downstairs I'm almost positive my 240 has more of a block style numbering than my 280.

You can do it. 🙂

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Okay, so it’s the COIL that determines if the tach works correctly in the 240z. So why do I keep reading that the electronic ignition screws that up?

Whatever! If my tach will work then I’ll keep it. The issue is that I don’t want to have to take it out once it’s in. Hard enough getting it out with the dash out. I can’t imagine pulling one from a complete car.

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There a lot of people posting that something doesn't work because they don't know how to diagnose the system to find the real problem. See "firing the parts cannon."

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I'm deep in the process of cataloging the dashboard harness and it's making me lean toward trying to use OEM connectors, rather than modernizing the harnesses with new technology (although I am open to hearing arguments against this). The one place I think this is going to be super challenging is with the big 10-pin connectors that come in blue, green, white, and black and join the individual harnesses together.

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Does anyone have an idea of whether or not these can be found new or NOS anywhere? I haven't seen them anywhere, whereas I have been able to find pretty much all of the other connectors used in these harnesses somewhere.

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This isn't color coded, but here are 10 pin latching connectors: https://www.ebay.com/itm/251571360455 Also here: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/2251832114000835.html?gatewayAdapt=4itemAdapt and here: https://www.amazon.com/DJJ7021F-6-3-11-Electrical-Connectors-Automobile-Connector/dp/B07WQWMMLT?th=1

Choice #2, back out the pins and re-use the shells.

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First, I am very impressed at your ambition trying to renew the harness. I have re-furbished many harnesses, but tend to just replace pins and sometimes connector shells, never all the wire as well. Rarely is the wire compromised unless I find corrosion in the strands as I replace terminals. High current wires, (ie the fat white ones) I commonly replace entirely including all ring and connector terminals. 

These fancy colored 10 pin 73 specific connectors have the same 6.3mm spade terminals as the other 2/4/6 pin connectors, so just remove each terminal, inspect clean or replace it, and snap it back in the housing. No need to replace the housings, which you can’t do any way, they are not available new. 

You can use Weatherpack or Deutsch connectors (DTM for 14gage and higher, DT for 10-12).

 Steve’s suggestion for 10 pin connectors are fine, but I’d just do terminal service and retain the stock housings. 

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Thanks for the advice guys!

I’ve been talking to Vintage Connections about their 240z kit, which they claim contains all the connectors I’ll need for the car. I think I am going to get it if it is accurate to my inventory. I’ll report on that later.

For the 10-pin clips, I may reuse the one I have, but I’m going to see if I can figure out an alternative before I decide.

@zKars I was going to try to reuse these, but after I stripped the wrapping off I found so many bad splices, burnt through wires, corrosion/oxidation, cut wires, and other issues I decided to rebuild from scratch. Plus, the engine harness isn’t even the right one, being for an automatic, and I have numerous components to add or remove.

I honestly think it’s going to be less work to make fresh harnesses.

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Okay, this one is going to be a long one, so I will try to bust it up into pieces to keep the conversation organized, because the dash harness (or harnesses, as it turns out) was a doozy. In one way it wasn't as tricky as the engine, because it is the correct harness for the car this time, but it was trickier in another way in that there were few things I could identify before I disconnected them (being disconnected when I bought the car) and the ones with spade and bullet connectors are not in the FSM Body Electrical section, so I am juggling between several years of FSM, the diagrams I downloaded here, and lots of Google searches.

For the purpose of clear communication I will refer to both of these harnesses as halves of the larger "dash harness." If I need to distinguish between them I will refer to the one with all of the lightbulbs as harness #2 and the other one as harness #1, since their part numbers are 24013-M3322 and 24013-M3321, respectively.

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@SteveJ, @zKars, @Zed Head, and everyone else, I am hoping to enlist your help in identifying at least some of the things I couldn't figure out so I can fill in the blanks in the table. Hopefully some of you will know what these should be.

Condenders are the 4-way flasher, heater, air conditioning power, resistor, fog light switch, and wiper motor.

 


 

Missing Wires:

In capturing the wire mapping from the FSM, I found that my harness is missing a black wire with a yellow stripe from the blue connector, and a black wire from the green connector (not the heavier gauge wire that goes to the combination switch).

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After reviewing the FSM and the diagram, the only black and yellow wire running through the dashboard I see is the one from the ignition to the starter (via the inhibitor switch in automatic cars). I have accounted for that one and it is in a different connector.

The black one could be anything, really. I don't have any black wires missing on the other ends that I can tell.

 


 

Unidentified Connectors

#1 & 2: There are several places there the two harnesses connect to each other via bullet connectors. I have figured out what almost all of the bullet connector are throughout the whole harness except for a few on each half. OF the first two, one is a male bullet on the end of a 3-inch blue wire with a red stripe exiting Intermittent Relay plug.

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The other one is a female bullet also on a blue wire with a red stripe going to the fuse box.

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#3 (Harness 1): Next is a 3-pin connector with 3 wires (White w/ Black, White, Blue) on the branch that goes down the center console to the fuse box. The blue wire has a blue sleeve on it that may or may not be a repair from the previous owner.

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This one is right next to the connector for the antenna motor (left side of the photo above), so I thought this might be for the radio, but I have that one accounted for. There is no component on the wiring diagram with this combination of wire colors, as far as I can tell.


#4 (Harness 1): This one might be power for the Air Conditioning, or it could be for the heater. There is a blue wire branching off the 30-amp fuse in the diagram for that. The trouble is, that fuse should have a red wire coming off it for the blower fan, but I am not seeing that in this mess.

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#5 (Harness 1): Another truly perplexing one is this 3-prong clip with two black and one green wire. This exits the center-console branch along with the ones above, but it's about a foot long. No idea what this is. it's missing in the FSM and the diagram, and I don't see a component with this color combination.

I think this one is for the buzzer.

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#6 (Harness 1): There is a blue wire with a white stripe right next to the connectors for the fuse box. I think maybe this one is for the four-way flasher, but I am not certain.

This is for the fuse box.

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#7 (Harness 1): This 2-prong connector is down the console near the choke and seat belt lights. Wires are black with a white stripe and green. 

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#8 (Harness 2): Again, on the branch going down to the fuse box, this time on the other half, there is a blue wire with a female bullet connector. Maybe this connects to the other stray blue with I thought was for the AC, or maybe this is for the heater. I have a feeling these two are for those two components, it's just a question of which is which.

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#9 & 10 (Harness 2): These last two are also on the fuse-box branch. One is a thicker white wire with a sheath and a female bullet connector (middle wire in the photo below), which should make it easy to identify, but I'm still confused. This one splices to the fat wire that goes from the engine harness to the Ammeter.

This is also for the fuse box.

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The last thing I can't figure out is the 2-prong connector is the photo above. It is not in the FSM and I can't find a component in the diagram with this combination. Maybe it goes to the resistor, because I do have an unaccounted for black & white wire that I mentioned earlier on the other fuse-box branch, but they are both paired with other wires (green / red) that are not showing in the diagram for that component, so I don't think so.

 


 

Anyway, that's what I have to figure out before I can wrap up this inventory. One thing all the Googling I've been doing is teaching me is there are a bunch of little harnesses I might be missing. I already know about the tail light, fuel pump, headlight, turn signal, and step light harnesses, but I just saw a center console harness I haven't seen before on eBay (may be for a 280z ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ). After this one I'll do the fuel pump harnesses and research the others. Then I can move on to deciding which materials to buy to make the new one.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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