Ok, here is my situation. I have my 76 Blazer project that is nearly done. But, I also have a 74 Blazer sitting out front. This Blazer was going to be my project, but I changed my mind. I started on it actually pulled the body off, did POR-15 project on the interior floorboards, and put it all back together. After completely taking it down to the frame and building it back up, I have no idea how to do the wiring. I hooked it up as much as I could, and I can get it to turn over, but I'm sure I have stuff screwed up. I want to sell this Blazer but few are going to be interested in something they can't drive away. I am going to take it in the shorts anyways, but I want to make it attractive to sell at least. I bought it for $3,300 (got ripped) and have put about $1500 into it. All new LMC seals, new driveshafts, etc. The interior is pretty good but the body isn't real great. Good engine though with Weiand intake, Edelbrok carb, MSD distributor, headers, etc. Here is my plea; I need a wiring guru to come over to the homestead and help me get all the wiring stuff dialed in. I'll throw in a few shekels and lunch for your time, whatever you think is reasonable, just not as much as the automotive electric shops want to rape me for. Dremu has volunteered and he is a good wrench but I really want somebody who is really good at reading a wiring schematic and good at electrical (no offense Dremu). I'm lucky if I don't shock myself across the yard on a weekly basis. Mechanical, sign me up. Electrical, I suck. I live in Livermore, which is near Dublin, Tracy, Pleasanton east of the east bay area. The other option is to buy it from me as is cheap, then fix it and resell it for a lot more, but that takes a leap of faith only a few are willing to take.