Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968

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Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968
Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968 Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968 Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968 Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968 Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968 Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968 Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968
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Product Description

Painless Performance 22 Circuit Complete Chassis Wiring Harness for all 1967-1968 Mustangs.

This complete chassis wiring harness from Painless Performance features pre-printed, color-coded, high-temperature TXL wires, which make installation easy and super reliable. This kit has a fully assembled 22-circuit micro fuse block complete with 12 modern blade-type micro fuses and two relays. This harness allows you to safely rewire existing accessories as well as connect new and aftermarket items in all 1967-1968 Mustangs. The circuit designations are even printed directly on the wires themselves which makes the installation process even more straightforward.

Specifications:
Number of Circuits: 22 Circuits - 12 Fuses with Horn Relay, Accessory Relay and Maxi Fuse
Harness Length: Factory Fitment
Fuse Type: Mini Blade & Maxi Fuse
Firewall Pass-through: Grommet
Color Code Based: Factory Ford
Circuit Designations: Printed on Wires

This Painless Performance complete chassis wiring harness is a direct fit replacement for all 1967-1968 Mustangs and has many of the factory connectors already installed on the harness right out of the box. This chassis harness uses a unique auxiliary circuit with a 20 amp relay for additional accessories, such as fog lights or an electric fuel pump.

Included Circuits For:
- A/C & Heat
- Accessory / Cigarette Lighter
- Accessory Relay
- Backup Lights
- Brake Lights
- Charging
- Courtesy and Dome Lights
- Electric Choke
- Emergency Flashers
- Fused Power Source
- Glove Box Light
- Headlights
- Horn (Relay)
- Ignition Coil
- Instrument Panel Lighting and Gauges*
--->*Includes wires for an Aftermarket Tachometer, Ammeter, Brake Warning Light, Fuel Gauge, Oil Gauge, Tachometer, Temperature Gauge and Voltmeter.
- Park Lights
- Radio/Clock (Constant and Switched)
- Starting
- Tail Lights and License Plate Light
- Trunk Lights
- Turn Signals
- Wipers and Washer Pump

So if you are restoring a classic 1967 or 1968 Mustang or have a beauty of your own already that you have had electrical and wiring issues with, this all inclusive wiring harness from Painless Performance is exactly what you need! This complete chassis harness is the simplest and most complete way to rewire your entire classic Mustang.

Order a Painless Performance 22 Circuit Complete Chassis Wiring Harness for your 1967-1968 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Mustang Applications

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Painless Performance Complete Chassis Wiring Harness 22 Circuit 1967-1968 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from lots of wire Funny calling something that has this many connections painless. Lol Good set up
Date published: 2015-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely recommend this!! I am restoring and swapping out the straight 6 to a 302 in a 67 coupe mustang for my 16 year old son. The Painless harness made it simple to re-wire the whole car. Couldn't be happier.
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Product Questions

So this kit comes with all the fuses. Does she also come with the fuse panel box?

Asked by: wol 555
Everything that is included is shown in the images and spelled out in the product description.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-08-29

Is this kit compatible with a MSD distributor with a blaster SS coil

Asked by: Dvd1
Yes it is.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-08-15

Just want to confirm that this kit will replace ALL wires on a complete restoration to '67 OEM standards for a car with 289 cid, power steering and automatic transmission. Is it also suitable for possible resto mods later?

Asked by: 60watt
This kit is an upgrade over the original wiring harness, it has modern fuses and better wiring, the wiring colors match that of the original harness. The harness also uses a unique auxiliary circuit with a 20 amp relay for additional accessories, such as fog lights, electric fuel pump, a/c and electric cooling fan.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-02-17

With this Kit .. would TSW5 (Turn Signal Wiring With Fixed Wheel) be needed? or is this in this kit already?

Asked by: wol 555
The switch wiring will have to be adapted to the harness wiring with the included adapter.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-02-15

how do i know how much foot and size of loom to order for this painless complete wire set?

Asked by: rager kager
We recommend this complete kit, here: http://www.cjponyparts.com/painless-performance-chassis-kit-classic-braid/p/WHC19/
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-01-29

I,ve installed this wiring harness and it keeps blowing the head lamp fuse, tried new headlight switch and dimmer switch but same concern, any ideas where the short could be?

Asked by: mrlynn
You probably have an H4 bulb in the headlight which could be a 50/60 watt unit which is what the car came out with, or a 80/100 watt unit which is an upgrade to overcome dim lights. If they are the 100 watt unit they could be putting a strain on the circuit causing the fuse to last for a while and then blow. If this is the case check for signs of corrosion around the earthing system for the light as the circuit should be able to handle the power requirements of the light. A good way to check for earthing corrosion is to test for resistance between the earth of the battery and the earthing points of the wiring harness by using a multimeter. All resistance tests should be zero. Disconnect the positive from the battery first! 
Answered by: pete68
Date published: 2015-12-19

Our 67 GT suffered an Engine Fire - the block is fine but all the wiring under the hood is fried. Is this the kit we need to replace the wiring under the hood?

Asked by: Caryn1
This would be a great place to start.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-12-01

Hos Puch would it Costs with import Costs and shipping cost included To send this To statiestraat 21  9180 Moerbeke-waas belgium

Asked by: Lenssens
To get a shipping quote, add this to your shopping cart and head to checkout. In checkout, fill out your address information and scroll down to see shipping options with costs to your area.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-22
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