At Caddy Shack, I have good used parts, stored in buildings and sheds. I source my parts from cars here in Arizona, so I offer sheet metal and parts in generally rust damage free conditions. The Arizona heat does tend to ruin all the fabric inside the car.
I have 3 large buildings that I keep my parts in, and 2 are on site. The overflow of parts are kept in storage sheds along the house.
I ship anywhere, and will pack anything you want to have shipped out. I prefer to deal with engineshipping.com for all the freight shipments. Any freight items would require that the buyer sets up shipping.
If you need a part, shoot me an email at; email@example.com
I have new parts, and parts that no one else has.
The 1963 LED tail lights assembly is all mine, no one else carries it
The odometer trip knob reset button. I carry it cheaper than anyone else.
Air cleaner adaptor ring for the Edelbrock carburetor.
NEW Bowden cable bell crank for the tilt turn signal switch.
NEW 64 seat belt retractor spring. I had these manufactured just for the 64.
Heat riser blanks
Refurbished clocks for sale.
Headlight relay wire harness.
Other parts too, just look at my web site www.1963caddyshack.com
I believe the help pages at the top header has all the wiring diagrams listed.
Found a photo of "Front Body WIRING HARNESS CIRCUIT DIAGRAM FOR THE 6357 STYLE ON THIS SITE. According to the photo it is of fig 16-146.
I am looking foe a similiar shop manual page for the 6267(convertible) body--if one exists.
My shop manual ends at page 16- 126 maybe because it looks to be printed in 9/ 63
I believe the coup and convertible would have the same wiring. The only difference would be the switch and its associated wiring for the convertible top.
Are all wires connected to the door jamb switch "grounds"
I've sent you a message below Tom
So can you explain each of the three wires that connect to the back of the switch. I am looking at the fig 16-146 from the shop manual that I found on the site. Someone said that they twisted together all wires on the switch to install a single contact aftermarket replacement switch?
So I am confused-- thinking that when the door is open the switch simply closes all three to the ground from the switchs contact withe the body?
Removed the passenger side door jamb switch, found why it is not working. Corrosion and missing a small piece of contact metal. It would work for two wires , we have the three wire setup.
Going to see if I can get a working switch. Have the wire to the door courtesy light with good continuity for BOTH its ground from the switch AND voltage from the right body feed.
I am out of parts to make a 3 pin switch. You can use a 1 pin or a 2 pin switch, but the rear seat switch will turn on all the interior lights instead of just the back seat lights.
The wiring diagram is in the shop manual in the body section. Section 16 pg 100 is the start of the electrical portion.
The 63 LED tail lights are back into production. 220.00 for a set.