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Old 16-12-19, 09:32
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I am looking for drawings from the Service information Bulletin B-69 .
It Is about the wiring screening for Chevrolet Wireless trucks , like the coil / distributor .
It was once shown in a tread , but pictures must have vanished.

Already thanks .
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Old 16-12-19, 23:38
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Saved from MLU some time ago for a Chev

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Rectangular box Regulator cover?
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I had these photos hidden away on an external drive

I don't seem to have saved the instructions on how to fit it

Hopefully someone has them, I need them too cheers rod
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Old 17-12-19, 00:02
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Those were my pictures of the full kit. Iíve got the instructions as well. Iíll get them scanned and posted in the next day or so.
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Old 17-12-19, 08:03
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thanks , I have the screening parts , but I am wondering the correct way for the wiring.
Those parts look mint .
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Old 17-12-19, 13:38
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The parts are mint. Unissued set.

Here is Service Information Bulletin 69, Shielding added to the engine electrical system.
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Old 18-12-19, 07:54
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Thanks , that is what I needed .
Now next question is , I have a NOS Headlamp with metal braided cable, and I have seen some side lights as well in the past with braided cable. Where these units used for radio Supression as well ?
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