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heated glass wiring for 74 runabout
« on: February 14, 2012, 01:03:38 AM »
Could someone post some pictures of the wiring for the heated back glass? What I need is after it comes out of the body. Have some plastic clamps that I assume go around the wire terminals and a couple of pieces that clamp around the lift struts that must have something to do with the wiring. The frame that the glass was in does not have any screw holes for these clamps so it is possible I pulled them off a different car at the time. Been about 8 years and I guess I did not take any pictures at the time. Before I start drilling holes I would like to get a better idea how things went. Thanks

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Re: heated glass wiring for 74 runabout
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2012, 11:45:44 PM »
No one has a runabout with heated back glass that they can take a picture or two of the wiring as it connects to the glass? I see the holes in the body where it exits to go to the glass but the frame work for the glass does not have any holes in it and I am wondering where these plastic clamps would attach. Thanks.