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The only differences the catalogs state for wiring harnesses for '67 are fog lights. None of them seem to have '68 repros for some odd reason

Are there different wiring harnesses for 68 cars with A/C and non-A/C ?

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Gary
 

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And would that just hook into a 'normal' harness?

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It' actually independent. The only place it ties into the rest of the car's wiring is a circuit breaker hanging off the back of the ignition switch.
 

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yes. 68's are better than 67's. they hook in easier. 67 first yr. for in dash A/C and engineering not the best. If you do some research you can find the assemnly # of the 68 A/C wiring harness. I can't seem to find it right now. but I recently instaled a A/C unit in a 68 that didn't have A/C Orginally. probably same for 68 cougar too Gary
 

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Thats all i needed to know! Thanks

Im buying a wiring harness and have half of an original A/C system in the interior (all the motor attached parts are missing) so i wanted to know if it would make a difference should i go ahead and rebuild the A/C system

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Gary
 
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