NEW Updated Centech Wiring Harness Stock Ignition Switch Type

Item #: 6092A
Due to very high demand you will want to order this harness ahead of time. There is usually at least a two month wait.
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This version of the Centech harness comes pre-wired for the stock ignition switch. There is no need for additional parts in order to use your stock switch.

Our harness uses wires that are labeled and able to withstand up to 275 degree heat. We have eliminated all of the areas which are prone to electrical failure. Our fuse box holds 11 fuses instead of the original 5, and it still fits right in the glove box. The kit includes a new Ford headlamp switch, dimmer switch and wiper switch. You can use your existing ignition switch with this kit but we recommend purchasing a new one (part #6301). Extra long wires are provided to allow you to use modified electrical equipment such as an automatic transmission with a floor mounted shifter containing the neutral safety and backup lamp switches.

The engine section of the harness contains special waterproof connectors which seal each wire against oil, gasoline and other liquids. These wires supply power to your stock or aftermarket ignition system. A special harness is included to wire the charging system with a late model external regulator. For higher output units such as the #6012, or high output 1-wire alternator #6013, very minor modifications are needed. Whenever using alternators with more than 65 amps output, a charge wire kit such as our #6025 is required.

The rear harness plugs into a sealed connector located in the engine compartment. It wires the tail, side, backup and stop lamps. The rear harness also includes the fuel sender wires.

Our kits are pre-wired, taped and most terminals are connected. Our kit comes with an illustrated installation manual. Headlight spacer not included - must use original spacer.

Please note many 66-67 Broncos had the headlight switch is located on the left side of the steering column. You will need to splice in longer wires to keep the switch in that location. The Centech harness is designed to put the headlight switch to the right side of the column consistent with the 68-77 Broncos location.

WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
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NEW Updated Centech Wiring Harness Stock Ignition Switch Type
Item #: 6092A

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Money well spent
Dec 4, 2017  |  By John E. Dixon
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I've used this harness several times. Top of list of things to do when I start a new project.

Quick & Reliable
Sep 16, 2016  |  By Anthony Parigi
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My friend Damon Hopper reccomended the wire harness I ordered from Wild Horses and they had it in stock and had quick shipping! Will do business again!!!

Wow
Feb 25, 2016  |  By ssalley
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Doing a frame off on a 73, very complete, nice looking. Instruction book complete and informative

Outstanding Wiring Harness
Feb 19, 2016  |  By Lowdog
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Easy to install, great instructions and every wire marked.

Centech Harness
Apr 10, 2015  |  By C. Adams
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Easy Installation. Fast Shipping. Great Customer Service!

Centech Wiring Harness
Dec 26, 2008  |  By George
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I installed a Centech harness in my 68 bronco while restoring it back in 2000, it has been almost 9 years now and I have never had an issue. The kit was easy to install and had good instructions. george

centech crunch
Nov 11, 2008  |  By broncohiggy
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There are many good points to this system but also many loose ends in the instructions and modifications to be made. Having a 69 Bronco I found discrepincies with the info on the balast resistor which in one place said you would need but in another said you wont! The wiper switch had to be modified to fit the dash, could not easily modify the old knob to fit new switch so away with original look.Did not care for the 8g battery wire in the instrument cluster you had to cut from a continuous loop to route thru the ring on ammeter and reconect any old way you could find? Was also vague on dual fuel gauge wiring.The worst improvement was the plastic gauge lite sockets that replaced the self grounding metal ones, they keep falling out and breaking bulbs. Had to glue them back in place.The cheap balast resistor crumbled in pieces when attaching wires to terminals. There are some things they could do to make a nice system much better.

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