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92' year break info

For those of us who own a half year car it can be quite frustrating figuring out which schematics the 92 may fall under. One simple thing to look at in the 92 which indicates which year your car falls under is the transmission. If there is a wiring harness coming our of the top of the right side just above the pan than it falls under the 1993 schematics in a chiltons guide. To better understand how to read the chiltons here is some hints. When viewing the page you may be tracing a wire and it ends up at a connector that has some small writing on it that says zone 54-d. This is one side of the connector that will continue on another page and may be not the next page. It could be two or three away. Dotted lines are optional equipment and solid is standard. One thing though the schematics are for both mercury and ford. The mercury will have some thing the ford won't. Sometimes the ford wiring harnesses do come prewired for optional equipment, which could be added in quite easily as long as the fuse box contains the fuse. Adding in the fuses is easy as well but does require one to dismantle the box. I am sometimes questioned about factory cd players. And the answer is yes it is a plug and play set up. So far I have been able to use a salvaged harness from a 92 CV and put into a 98 mercury villiager van. The radio harnesses are identical. One interesting not for those who may ever need to replace a complete front wiring set up on these cars. Is that the left and right harnesse are seperate. The drivers side harness Includes all the dash and fuse box stuff then passes through the fire wall next to the e-brake and connects to other plugs in the engine compartment on the drivers side. This can all be unpluged and removed from the car very easily. Just by unplugging the conectors in the engine compartment they can be pushed into the passenger compartment and the whole set up with the fuse box intact will come out. It is also needed to note that the heater controls that go through the passenger side fire wall will also need to be pushed into the passenger compartment as well. The passengerside wiring is a seperate unit which goes from the plugs behind the passenger kickpanel, through the fire wall, and a big NOTE here it has a wire loom holder so the inner fender will need to be unscrewed and dropped down to get to it. Then it goes to the engine fuse/relay box and around the nose of the car getting such things as lights, anitlock break units, horn, power steering and up and over the drivers inner fender and next to the other connectors where the other harness was conected. The rear is of coarse in the passenger compartment and requires one to lift the carpet to remove. More later

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Re: 92' year break info

One big way to tell the difference in the mid year production of the 92,is the starter. The first ones came out with the 2 bolt starter. Mid year changes were they went to the 3 bolt starter.
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