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I need a wiring diagram for a 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak. Specifically for the ignition switch. Three wires off the back of it. I need to know where they go. Any help is most appreciated. Thanks.

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Moved this to the proper forum for ya :) 

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Thank you so much. This is exactly what I needed. I will try to post a pic or two today, so you can see my project. Again, thanks.

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Nice one SPRINT6!👍

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Isn't a wiring diagram for that pretty pointless? There's like 9 wires in the entire damn car that aren't going to spark plugs.;)

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That be true, but a diagram sure saves a lot of time, not having to pull the harness apart. I had one burned wire, that turned out to be the wire to the coil. Replaced that and started the motor yesterday. First time in 5 or so years. My son put a video om his Facebook page. lol.

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Just my humble opinion .. pull the harness and replace the lot. That wiring is old enough to collect a pension. I'm unhappy with a wiring loom even just 15 years old. A replacement goes a long long way towards reliability and peace of mind. But then, I drive my old cars daily. Would you mind sharing the video link here?

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Or if its easier share it on our Facebook page..

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GLAD I COULD HELP.  My buddy has a '49 and I knew I had directed him to the OCMP site a while back.

It's a good site with some interesting stuff;

http://www.oldcarmanualproject.com/

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