One would use a wiring schematic.
did you know..??.........
that if you rearrange the lettersof your name that is spells.........
A Plum Smart'n
think maybe...yer daddy was send'n you a secret incoded sarcasm??
that's what one would do.
~fires up the homegrown.........sips his mushroom tea~
I had a similar problem with a 68 Dodge Wagon. The big red wire
feeding the engine run circuits. Of course all the bad things.
120 in the shade south of Lake Havasu AZ. Was able to limp to a motel
while Mama held the key in the start position but starter not running.
AC was out also. I found some parts and bypassed the offending
firewall connection/wire. This also partially took out the alternator.
So a new alternator in Needles CA where it was also 120.
And then in Anaheim I found a repair kit at a chrysler dealer that
allowed me to replace several high current firewall connections.
God bless my VOM, wire terminal crimper and my Factory Service Manual.
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