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[VORTECcruisers] 5.3 Wiring Harness

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  • Date: Wed, 07 Dec 2005 22:05:40 -0000
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I removed the cab and bed off a '00 GMC Sierra with a 5.3 Vortec and 
4l60e transmission. I then mounted my body on it, using the Sierra 
steering column along with all the OEM wiring harness. I'm now about to 
re-connecting these harnesses back to the "Underhood Connector Fuse 
Box" but want to eliminate un-necessay wires so here are my questions.

-  Can I just connect the C2 Engine harness on the Underhood connection 
and on the other end, reconnect the harness to the steering column C201 
connector.  Wouldn't this let me start the engine?

-  If I'm rewiring the body componenets, aren't the following 
connections not required?
   C1: Instrument Panel Harness
   C3: Chassis Harness
   C4: Head Lamp Harness

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