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1981 Mustang Ghia 200ci: trouble locating electrical/vacuum hook ups

I have a 1981 Mustang Ghia with the 200ci inline six that I bagan replacing the valve cover and gasket, and I'm a bit disappointed to admit I don't recall where everything connects up. I had to have surgery right after I started removing everything, and I hate to say I forgot where many of the electrical/vacuum lines needed to go. I had it in my head at the time, but after my surgery last November I wasn't able to resume reassembling the car until last month and that's where I hit a headache. Everything but one electrical connection is back in place. I use my Ford supplement to identify that it connects to the C135 unit. I got everything else hooked up, ready to go, and I'm just not able to find where this electrical piece connects. Any help, I would really appreciate! :) (PS, my index finger is touching the black wire that connects to the C135 unit)

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-19-13, 09:53 PM
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Re: 1981 Mustang Ghia 200ci: trouble locating electrical/vacuum hook ups

Tried figuring out the color codes, it looks kinda like black with either a yellow or light green trace (BK/YEL or BK/LT GRN). I'm sending you the schematics in hopes that you can better determine your color codes.

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