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Blower Motor Wire Connection

I'm putting my fenders back on. According to the Zazarine book, the blower motor wire comes from the engine harness and connects to the blower motor. Am I going to be able to reach under the fender to connect the wire once the fender is back on, or is it imperative that I connect the wire before the fender..and inner fender....and hood....are back on?
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What year GTO do you have.....on a 66 or 67, it is reachable.
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Hi Eric, it's a '65...
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I am at the wiring stage on my 65 GTO restoration and had this problem just this week. Originally I had my blower motor connected prior to installing fenders, inner fender and hood. I had to trouble shoot the blower/heater switch circuit and had to disconnect and reconnect the blower connection at the motor. It can be done, but it really helps if you have small hands and you are double jointed.... A long pair of needle nose pliers really help.
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Thanks. I'm going to make sure I have a good ground on the motor to case to firewall. I also ordered a new engine harness.
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