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#570249 - June 22nd 2012 9:34 am Wiring harness for Beauville G30, 350cid, carbed
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Registered: October 18th 2011 9:55 am
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Loc: Russia
Wiring harness in my van totally damaged, so I looking for new wiring harness kit, or fuse block + wiring.

I found some kits on summitracing and eBay, but I'm not sure what kit fit to my engine with carb, beacause there is no any details about TBI/Carb kits.

What should I choose?
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#570261 - June 22nd 2012 12:04 pm Re: Wiring harness for Beauville G30, 350cid, carbed [Re: wbud]
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call ....to talk to there rep....or do it online...service@rockauto.com
1-866-ROCKAUTO (762-5288) (608) 661-1376
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#570340 - June 22nd 2012 10:13 pm Re: Wiring harness for Beauville G30, 350cid, carbed [Re: wbud]
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Chevy van wiring harness are totally different than the aftermarket harnesses out there.
This is because the the wiring for the front of the van, cab forward actually plugs into the back side of the factory fuse box.
You can find a harness with the same number of circuits.Then adapt it to your van.
Car ,pickup style harnesses have longer wires to go to your headlights.The wires going to the tail lights will be too short.
These issues will have to be addresses.

There is a company out there called Easy Wire.This company uses Chevrolet style connectors in there harnesses.They are also color coded and marked /labeled very well......

......Wookee
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#570526 - June 24th 2012 3:10 pm Re: Wiring harness for Beauville G30, 350cid, carbed [Re: wbud]
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Thanks a lot, Wookee!
It's not the first time when you help me in my troubles!!!
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#570695 - June 25th 2012 10:31 am Re: Wiring harness for Beauville G30, 350cid, carbed [Re: wbud]
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Registered: April 14th 2003 12:00 pm
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Loc: Joppa Md. U.S.A.
I wish I could be more help.
If I had one handy I would sent it to you........
I am getting ready to redo the one in my 89.
I plan on moving mine to just behind the driver seat area.

....Wookee
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#570724 - June 25th 2012 1:23 pm Re: Wiring harness for Beauville G30, 350cid, carbed [Re: wbud]
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Registered: August 14th 2009 10:45 am
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There are companies out there that will make you a "copy" of your old wiring harness........you will need to send them your old one and they will make a reproduction of it.....just need to do a search for reproduction auto wiring harnesses.

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#570897 - June 26th 2012 7:01 am Re: Wiring harness for Beauville G30, 350cid, carbed [Re: wbud]
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Registered: October 18th 2011 9:55 am
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Loc: Russia
unfortunately,it's difficult to sent my old wiring harness out of Russian Federation.

Now I think about something like this fuse block http://www.summitracing.com/parts/PRF-30001/?rtype=10

and than make wiring by myself.

There is no mistake - in Chevy exist 12 circuits?
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#571702 - June 30th 2012 7:42 am Re: Wiring harness for Beauville G30, 350cid, carbed [Re: wbud]
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Registered: August 14th 2009 10:45 am
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Loc: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Might want to think about getting a universal harness from a place like painless http://www.painlesswiring.com/

I would think you should be able to use one of their harness, and just connect their wiring to your factory connectors if you cannot find replacement connectors, but I would check with places like LMC truck for connectors maybe.....GM used the same connectors pretty much for all the light duty trucks....maybe some of the behind the dash connectors are different but all the engine and exterior lighting connectors should all be the same I would think.....

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