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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-24-2009, 08:19 AM Thread Starter
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`67 wiring schematic

Morning guys, I am in search of a detailed schematic for my friend Russ, he`s working on a `67 fastback that is quite a nightmare in the wiring department.
Is there a beast available and could someone e-mail me one?

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Re: `67 wiring schematic

There are a few '67 Mustang wiring diagrams on the following website.


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Re: `67 wiring schematic

Thanks Craig, I just got off that site, a lot of information, but I was hoping to get one that was a little more detailed, you wouldn`t believe how bad this wiring is in this car!

I`m not even sure if one I`m looking for even exists for `67.

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You might check with this individual as he refurbishes under dash wiring and has a few schematics. harnesses@fusemail.com aka Midlife.

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Re: `67 wiring schematic

This is a great source, Fordmanuals.Com You have to pay for it, but the $13 is well worth the price. The CD version is a few bucks more
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Thanks guys , I`ll check `em out.

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67 diagrams

If there are dupes ..sorry
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Can't say it enough, if folks gonna own & work on their cars, start by getting the Ford shop manual at least. It's not gonna answer all the questions that come up but it sure has been a help to me putting my car together that I bought all in boxes. Basic wiring in it.

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Hey John,

At some point last year I had a lot of wiring issues and decided to clean up and color the diagram I had been using. Unfortunately I was never able to finish it, but you might still find it useful.

You can find it here : https://www.dropbox.com/s/vc98bfle4g...iring.bmp?dl=0

It's a huge file because I was planning to print a large version of it and put it in my garage. You might want to resize it.

I suggest you save the file instead of viewing it through Dropbox.


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I'm guessing those diagrams were on back order, about 6 years worth.

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