Hi - Im new to this site. I have a 65 Impala SS with 4 speed and factory air. I just got it- its very original and unmolested.
Its all intact but all the vacuum lines under the hood and the ones that go thru the firewall to under the dash inside the car are old and cracked and
in some cases not connected where they once were. So here is my situation -- I would appreciate if someone with prior experience and
knowledge of these vacuum lines on a 65 explain to me what is supposed to go where and the purpose of each one. I want to replace all
these lines with a whole new kit. Where can I get a kit and where does each one go. I got under the hood and under the dash and can see where most of them go, but I could use help from someone to coach me on all of it to make sure I have it all correct. My goal is to get the air cond working again and to have it all correct again.
Many thanks - John
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I there any chance someone has a (color?) wiring diagram for a 65 SS?
according to the body tag: (if I'm reading this correctly)
Build Date: Third week of November, 1965
Impala SS 2-door coupe (V8)
Arlington TX plant.
Original Paint: Evening Orchid (currently Crocus Yellow)
Original Interior: white/black (currently Black)
Factory Air Conditioning
not on the tag:
396 TurboJet (non-matching number)
3-speed, Automatic Transmission (TH400?)
12 bolt, locking rear differential (3.30? gear ratio)
Tri-Volume Horn (GM Accessory)