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Thread: WL Front Fender Light Wiring Harness

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    Default WL Front Fender Light Wiring Harness

    I am going to be installing a front fender light on my 1949 45 soon.

    I have this wiring kit:
    https://www.45restoration.com/Produc...__9786-11.aspx
    I know which terminal it is supposed to wire up to, per the wiring diagram I have.

    Any helpful hints on its routing from fender up to ignition switch?
    Thank you!
    Matt Allyn
    1932 Ford Roadster / 1949 Mercury Coupe / 1949 Harley Davidson 45 / 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible / 1957 Lincoln Premiere Convertible / 1959 Lambretta TV175 / 1962 Sunbeam Alpine Convertible / 1962 Chrysler New Yorker Station Wagon / 1962 Chrysler 300H / 1962 Chrysler 300 Sport / 1964 International Travelall / 2015 Tesla Model S

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    The wire goes through the fender using an insulated bolt on the fender horn mount.
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    Huh. My horn is not mounted to the fender. It's on its own mount on the springer front end, under the headlight. Do you know where the metal tube for the wiring attaches?
    Oh...And my wife's maiden name was Haynes as well!
    Thanks
    Matt Allyn
    1932 Ford Roadster / 1949 Mercury Coupe / 1949 Harley Davidson 45 / 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible / 1957 Lincoln Premiere Convertible / 1959 Lambretta TV175 / 1962 Sunbeam Alpine Convertible / 1962 Chrysler New Yorker Station Wagon / 1962 Chrysler 300H / 1962 Chrysler 300 Sport / 1964 International Travelall / 2015 Tesla Model S

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    Mine has the insulated bolt on the top horn mount, it's a '46, my not be right but it works.
    Ignore the late night shoddy wiring, I'm in the process of re-wiring. Re-do the ends correctly and run wires through asphalt looms.
    Mike

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