C101 Wiring, V6 Engine

Discussion in 'Jeepster Commando and Commando Tech' started by OzFin, Apr 13, 2017.

  1. Apr 13, 2017
    OzFin

    OzFin Vintage Jeep Guy

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    I could use some help verifying the factory connections for the under hood 6 position wiring connector.
    This is what I started out with a while back, I carefully labeled the wiring but my mistake was to use masking tape.
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    I recently pulled the wiring harness out of storage and the tape had fallen off the wires. I am looking to verify the connections that go to the 6 position under hood connector seen here.
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    The image below shows what I believe to be the connections, I don't know what the tan wire in the middle bottom is for.
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    This last image shows the end of the harness that attaches to the starter solenoid...I believe that I have these correct.
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    I know that there are some connections to the alternator but am at a loss what they would be. The FSM schematic is not color coded and is very small/hard to see. My title indicates I have a 1970 but I believe it to be a late 1969 model as it had the Ross/Gemmer steering and narrow leaf springs.
    Can anyone verify the connections?
    Thanks,
    Oz
     
  2. Apr 13, 2017
    Walt Couch

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    The unlabeled wire is to the charge indicator light in speedo. Your eng pic looks like it has a Delco alt but the hose is in the way to determine which model.
     
  3. Apr 14, 2017
    OzFin

    OzFin Vintage Jeep Guy

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    Okay, the charge indicator light...that makes sense, thanks Walt.
    The alternator is a Delco 10SI.

    So how does the rest of the pinout look on the plug...does it seem correct the way they are identified?
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    Thanks,
    Oz
     
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  5. Apr 16, 2017
    OzFin

    OzFin Vintage Jeep Guy

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    That helps too, thanks Dennis.
    Sure wish the factory diagram in my FSM was color coded instead of black & white...and also larger print.
    Oz
     
  6. Apr 16, 2017
    Walt Couch

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    The two you have labeled oil and temp I am not sure of.
     
  7. Apr 17, 2017
    OzFin

    OzFin Vintage Jeep Guy

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    I just got a wiring diagram blown up and i will trace those 2 wires to be sure where they go. I had the diagram blown up to 2 foot x 3 foot...I can actually read it :)
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  8. Apr 18, 2017
    Focker

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    Can you email the file? I'd like to see how accurate it is.
     
  9. Apr 19, 2017 at 8:53 PM
    OzFin

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    Here is the file.
    The colors in the diagram do not all match the colors of the wires in my harness. Please let me know if it does not open for you and I will E mail it to you.
     

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  10. Apr 20, 2017 at 12:37 AM
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  11. Apr 20, 2017 at 12:47 AM
    OzFin

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    You are welcome. The file kept very good resolution when it was blown up to 2 foot by 3 foot. I got the file from "Magilla", a member over at the JCCA board, so the credit for creating this goes to him.
    Oz
     
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