Just thought I would post up some pics and a little how to on a rewire and gauge conversion I did for someone a couple months back so you folks don't think I am slacking. This very clean Traveler came to us from Charlotte, NC. and is owned by a MR. Tom Call. Great guy all around to work for!! Overall the electrical system in the rig worked OK, but had a ton of randomly hot loose wires in the dash, interior lights not working, blinkers working when they wanted to and a ton of add on stuff. So we decided to start fresh with a 14 circuit Kwik wire kit and a gauge conversion panel from IHPARTS AMERICA!!! Well.... Ain't nothing to it but to do it. When removing your old harness don't get to happy and throw everything away. I keep all old connectors off of the old harness. The terminals will be removed and new ones installed so everything remains plug and play without the use of a bunch of male female spade/ bullet/ whatever your connector of choice would be. With shiny new parts in hand the dash was removed for wire routing and modification for the new gauge panel. Now the first place to start on a rewire is the turn signal switch. If you don't know when the last time it was replaced it is a good idea to throw a new one at it just to prevent problems with brake, turn, horn , and what not. Also it is a good idea to consider a new headlight switch. Common chevy part. If for no other reason to get rid of the crusty old rheostat so your dash lights dim and brighten propely. A few special tools are required to get to it. old and crusty New and shiny turn signal switch and cam. New horn contact also was installed.