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    Part id needed

    I found this wiring harness in my stash of old stude parts. Does anyone no what it would fit. I was thinking either a turn signal harness or a power window harness. Any idea would be appreciated. If it worth anything I will but it on Ebay.

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    Heavy looking wires like that may be a window motor, but not like a wagonaire. What guage is the wire? Looks very Avanti. It may also be a powershift back up light harness but does not look like a regular stude to me.... good luck.

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    Thanks. I never thhought of an Avanti transmission. I do not know the gauge, but they are much heavier than the wires used on my '64 steering column harness. There is a red, black, green and yellow wire attached to the switch. The other end has a female connector for the yellow, red and green. In addition all four wires connect to a larger connector that has two male and two female.

    This may not even be Stude, but it did come from a former Stude dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (S) View Post
    Looks very Avanti. It may also be a powershift back up light harness but does not look like a regular stude to me.... good luck.
    Very probable, Mike; neutral safety/backup light switch for a Powershift transmission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-CAB View Post
    Thanks. I never thhought of an Avanti transmission. I do not know the gauge, but they are much heavier than the wires used on my '64 steering column harness. There is a red, black, green and yellow wire attached to the switch. The other end has a female connector for the yellow, red and green. In addition all four wires connect to a larger connector that has two male and two female.

    This may not even be Stude, but it did come from a former Stude dealer.

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    It's not for a Powershift. I think it is the switch mounted in the tail gate of a Wagonaire with the power window. It's been a long time since I had to replace mine, but it rings a bell in my fuzzy memory.

    Paul Johnson, Wild and Wonderful West Virginia.
    '64 Daytona Wagonaire, '64 Avanti R-1, '53 Commander Starliner, Museum R-4 engine, '72 Gravely Model 430 with Onan engine

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    I checked a power tailgate motor and is has the same color of wires, single male bullet ends on them. They are heavy so it probably is one or the other.

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    It's for the wagon power rear window & includes the switch.

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