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Old 08-04-2011, 02:56 PM
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48 - 49 Wiring Diagram

Searching for a document similar to what GM Heritage has, I came across a wiring diagram for 48/49 F series trucks:

http://pdfresh.com/wp-content/upload...ng-diagram.jpg

Hope it's helpful to someone!
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Thank you, I don't have a truck that old, yet. But you never know when someone will do a search months or even years down the road and find this and its exactly what they were looking for.
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It's also on the Van Pelt site, Ford Flathead Engines
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It's also on the Van Pelt site, Ford Flathead Engines
Thanks! That site has exactly what I am looking for!
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