Author Topic: 1967 GT500 Main engine compartment question.  (Read 634 times)

Offline 1967 eight barrel

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1967 GT500 Main engine compartment question.
« on: March 15, 2015, 07:54:13 PM »
The engine harness is mounted to the LH rear apron just after exit from the firewall. Is there a D style plastic clip like those used below the starter solenoid, strap clip or was there a push in style clip incorporated into the harness that pushes into a hole? If it matters, it's a Dec 66 build.
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Offline ruppstang

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Re: 1967 GT500 Main engine compartment question.
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2015, 11:11:48 PM »
Yes there was a D style if you are talking about under the dash.
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Re: 1967 GT500 Main engine compartment question.
« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2015, 02:03:00 AM »
Had to take another look at my picture collection on this one ;)

If your referring to the engine side of the firewall once the main engine compartment exists the interior - no D shaped retainer or clip.

In that area I typically found on 67 San Jose two wire retainers and the loop under the firewall pinch weld as shown below. When there was something left to be found



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Re: 1967 GT500 Main engine compartment question.
« Reply #3 on: March 16, 2015, 12:00:48 PM »
Jeff:
Thank you.  That was what I remembered as well, a strap. There are two D style clips on the inside of the vehicle under the dash that holds the engine compartment feed.
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A Commander has to make vital decision on incomplete information in a matter of seconds, and afterwards the experts can sit down at leisure, with all the facts before them, and argue about what he might, could or should have done.
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