When it comes to wiring, there are a lot of options out there. American Autowire has several wiring options designed to fit a variety of needs. The real question is what product line is the best fit for what you want to do?
- This is only available for GM vehicles.
- 10,000+ parts manufactured using OEM blueprints and tooling.
- The freedom to purchase other harnesses rather than replacing all of the wiring.
- GM HEI Ignition
- MSD Ignition
- Internally Regulated Alternator
- One-Wire Alternator
- Alternator relocation
- 32 year/make/model kits available for GM, Ford, and Mopar.
- Longer wire lengths.
- Upgraded wiring systems to keep cars up to date.
- ATO fuse style panel that allows for higher power demands.
- Replacement ignition, headlight and dimmer switches included with most kits.
- 8-gauge wire for alternator, fuse link protection, and gauge cluster options with “harness disconnect”.
- Fuse panel mounts in the stock location.
- Modular fuse panel which provides mounting flexibility.
- Wire is run back to the fuse panel.
- 175amp fuse protection.
- Self-locking screw down connections.
- Optional trunk mount kit available for the Highway 22 series only.
- Headlight, ignition, and dimmer switches.
- Long wire lengths for custom wire routing.
- 40amp fan or fuel pump relay for the Highway 22 series only.
- Both use pre-wired fuse panels.
- Both are required to be mounted under the dash on the driver’s side.
- Both are designed to be economical and universal.
- The Builder Series is smaller and has a labeled cover.
So there’s a rundown of the lines that are offered by American Autowire. It comes down to user preference. Whatever you decide to do with your hot rod, with a little research and planning, you’ll find a solution available in the automotive aftermarket.