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denisdzombic
    
1967 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
I am trying to change all electrical wiring in my 1967 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible. Does anyone have electrical scheme to share with me before i take all car apart? Tips or Comments?
posted: March 14, 2008
 
    
 
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liteweight421
    
You should pickup a 1967 Pontiac Chassis Shop Manual. These manuals show ALL the information, specs and electrical diagrams for your specific application. I am sure someone could scan a diagram but it wouldnt be clear enough to see all the details like a shop manual would.

Was 67 the only year for the Grand Prix convertible or was it 65?
posted:  March 14, 2008
   
 
pontiacsd
    
If you dont mind a CD version www.amazon.com/1967-Pontiac-Factory-Manual-CD-rom/dp/B000II7TBC

Don, you need to brush up on your GP skills... 67 was the first year.
posted:  March 14, 2008
   
 
 

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