On 11 Feb 2006 17:45:06 GMT, elaich <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>"351CJ" <351CJ@msn.com> wrote in news:zWfHf.7513$_D1.6601@trnddc03:
>> In that vintage of Ford Truck the difference is just a little pigtail
>> with small black box that plugs between the intermittent switch (they
>> are different) and the either/or rest of the wiring harness.
>Well, that shouldn't be hard to find, if the Mustang used the same system.
>Makes sense, as they wouldn't have to use a different wiring harness that
Not my forte', so this may not make sense, but here is what I am doing
with my 65 Mustang. Maybe it will give you some idea where you need to
go with it.
I'm changing my 65 to intrers uses the original 2 spd motor, and a
switch from 80-91 Ford P/U, with the black box attached. A newer motor
from a 71/72 pickup came with the switch assembly. I have not
installed as yet, but now have the parts necessary
In my case, for the old motor to work with the new switch, I had to
swap the plugs from the new motor to the old so that they matched the
switch and wiring.
When you look at the wiring, 89-91 P/U is 6 wire, and 78-97 is 7 wire.
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2, Vintage Burgundy
w/Black Std Interior, A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok;
Vintage 40 16" rims w/225/50ZR16 KDWS BF Goodrich
gForce Radial T/As, Cobra drop; surround sound
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