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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-17-2017, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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66 AMF Wen Mac HELP

Hello all, hows everyone this evening ? We have a AMF WEN-MAC 1966 MUSTANG Red Coupe the dealer model toy's. Well a couple of our wire's are not hooked up welded etc. and was wondering if anyone could send us a few picture's here or our e.mail etc. so we can find out if our light's and motor run's ? Were newbies here and dinner about ready well check back later tonight. Thank you'll and have a Blessed evening, Jay

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-17-2017, 08:50 PM
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The dealership promotional toys? I'd imagine it'd be pretty simple to take care of.


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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-18-2017, 10:43 AM Thread Starter
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Hello Claudemiro, how are you doing ? Well as far as my post i have a monster called R.S.D. or C.R.P.S. it's a chronic nerve pain plus rapid bone loss and more in whole rt leg and hip, if you like to read about us it's American RSDHope - American RSDHope Organization, How to contact us or many others. Plus i have to have my 3 rd lower groin hernia surgery next week same spot grrrrr. So my pain was very high at the time sorry. I found a picture of ours this am but i can't see where the Red loose wire goes. Here's a couple pic's of ours and yes it's a easy fix but don't want to hook them up backwards burn motor up etc. Have RED - BLUE wire not hooked up i found where the Blue one goes it hook's up be hide the motor you'll see a double white clip. But not sure where red one goes. Our temp today 68 then next Thursday Friday Saturday 70 - 71, crazy weather here in Virginia. How's you'll weather ? Thank you 4 your help, Jay
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The red and blue wires go from the switchbox to the electric motor.
As the motor is mounted in the car right now, the top connector is for the red wire
and the blue wire goes on the motor's bottom connector.
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Hello everyone, wow don't see where i replied ? Well Thank everyone for helping us with this. We are selling the car if anyone is interested. Not sure where to post toy's for sale but looking. Computer was down then lost our internet for while but back on now. Tks again and have a Blessed day, Jay

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