[Healeys] Which Harness?

Michael Salter michael.salter at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 12:30:05 MDT 2018

Not completely clear in your pic but judging from the 3 wires with the
"flag" ends on them I would think that you have a BN2 harness there.
Those 3 wires go to the flasher unit whereas on a BN1 there are only 2.


On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 2:18 PM Michael MacLean <rrengineer.mike at att.net>

> Here is a picture of the "offending" section of the harness.  Does look
> like a BN1 or BN2 harness to you?  Seems to be more wires than my BN2
> wiring diagram calls for, or I could be misinterpreting the diagram.
> Mike MacLean
> On Thursday, November 1, 2018 10:43 AM, Michael Salter <
> michael.salter at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> Pretty sure that the big difference will be in the wiring for the
> overdrive relays that are just above the driver's knees.
> In that area for a BN1 there will be a group of 4 wires that go to those
> relays.
> 1 x Black
> 1 x Green
> 1 x Green with Black and Yellow
> 1 x Green with Black and White.
> That group won't be there for the BN2 harness.
> M
> On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 8:52 AM Michael MacLean <rrengineer.mike at att.net>
> wrote:
>      I have a wiring harness that was given to me by a restorer friend
> just before he passed away.  He told me it was a BN2 harness.  It is cloth
> with PVC wires.  The pictures I have of most restorations that clearly show
> the main harness against the firewall are cloth and braid covered wires.  I
> can see the color codes of the braided wires that align with some of the
> PVC wires of my harness, but I seem to have a few extra wires coming out of
> the harness where there should not be any.  How can I tell the difference
> between a BN1 and a BN2 main harness that is cloth and PVC.  There is also
> four smaller harnesses of which I am sure one or more will connect to the
> main harness somewhere.  A little bit more to deal with here than my Bugeye
> that I installed in 2000.
> Mike MacLean
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