Yes it was one of the original diagrams ….as for the service supplement, not what you would consider a complete manual …only the prints you could get with the service parts, for example the cut out print for the wheel flares that came with the parts…. PS I have more information on the wiring, but just can’t find it at this time, will post when I do ….regards rick....lots of GNX documents what a problem to have:biggrin:
This is all great information and has saved a lot of time for me so I won't have to trace back a ton of wire. This forum is the best and you guys rock!
X-ray, that last diagram combined with the first one that you posted is incredible stuff, and if not for your efforts would probably have never been seen again let alone be accessible to the rest of us.
OK, now where can I find that special blue connector ..............I went looking through the wrecking yard, and lots have a similar plug, but all go into a female printed circuit. Does anyone know of a source for these?
You will not find one at the yard…..this was a hand made part made from several individual prototype molds for the GNX only ….I suggest you change the connector on the base vehicle and create your own connector combination:biggrin: ….regards rick
It's a tad more complcated than just having the connector hood. I have the connectors and molds but the connectors are useless by themselves without etching 2 pc boards, soldiering the wires of the correct lengths, then epoxying the pc boards to the inside of the connector hood.
I made probably 50 - 100 maybe more of those wire harnesses. I believe ASC had the tach harness, ground harness, 12v harness, and bulb harness for the 6 guages premade prior to assembling the dashes. The 3 bulbs you see were not a separate harness
It would be very helpful for a clean install the wires the exact color of the ASC originals. The photo I posted above is one of the harness's that I hand made with the correct wire colors as ASC used
I still have a ton of the light bulb harnesses, the ground harness portion, the fuse type light holders and the required resister and the tach harness's but do not wish to let them go at this time.
kind of slighlty off topic, but if i could get some measurements, i could laser cut a few gauge mounting panels at work... my boss owns an 87 GN and almost bougth a GNX a while back, so i'm sure i could get it done. he likes to make laser cutting and bending programs for personal stuff..
I'll try to contact Poston's. They still have a plug & play GNX style dash listed on their website. Maybe they might sell a conector or the harness separately?
I would rather have an original harness but no-one wants to part with one of those, and there is no way I'm going to cut into my dash wiring