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Old 06-23-2003, 03:41 PM
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Question wiring diagram for 1985 Ford F150

does anyone have the wiring diagram for Ford F150 pickup 1985? If anyone has it please email as soon as possible. I would really appreciate it.
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wiring diagram for 1985 Ford F150

If you want very nice factory diagrams go to www.helminc.com and see if they are still in stock.

If you want fairly decent diagrams, go to the local auto store and buy one of the Haynes manuals for your year truck. I have an older version and it has pretty good diagrams.

If you want a poor representation of some general circuits, but it is free, then go to autozone.com and click on repair info
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1985 wiring

I've been on this thing for over 2 hours now, tring to find a wiring diagram to a 1985 6 cylinder F150
I knew I could go by a $30 Manual, Aa Duu, No one Knows of a Site that has free Downloads for this.... Watta waste of Time
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Yep... we're not into copyright infringement here... best thing to do is go purchase the factory wiring diagrams from a place that sells used automotive literature.
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I bought the factory manuals off Ebay for my 82. Best money spent on the truck so far, and all of $40 including shipping.


If you have a wiring issue, how about an explanation. Maybe we can help.
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Wiring

Hey Thnx,
I picked up a 85 F150 Xcab, with a 5.8 HO.
Just found out this truck came with a 300 6 cylinder
so the color codes arn't matchin up.
For instance a Yellow fuse link wire fron the solinois Pos. side is Burnt out where did that Go? I have NO Horn How's that get wired, Ect. Ect.
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Different engines won't affect much on the colors and functions of most of the wiring for the chassis/body. That wire you are talking about over at the solenoid + is the same no matter what engine. That's the main power wire and is shown in this diagram.
http://repairguide.autozone.com/znet...3f80212308.gif

In the middle of the diagram there is a wire that says "To starter relay" and is a yellow wire that leads to the ignition switch.

The same diagram has a wire leading from the steering column area that says "To horn switch". I know it's not much. If I were you I would get a haynes from the store and see if they still have the diagrams in the back of them for these trucks. They are usually pretty good and onyl around $19 or so, and you get a lot of other info on the driveline and the body.

Do you have cruise or not? If you have cruise, you have a horn relay, and the button on the steering wheel grounds the wire to make it activate the relay and send power to the horn. If you do not have cruise, then the horn button is a simple switch that sends power directly to the horn with no relay. The first thing I would do is find the horn, and put power to it to see if it works.
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/1985-Ford-F150-F250-F350-Wiring-Diagram-85-Pickup-Truck-Electrical-Schematic-/400268506968?pt=Motors_Manuals_Literature&hash=item5d31dcb758&vxp=mtr
That's what I got.
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Or this. it will show you every wire, connector, switch, relay, etc.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1985-Ford-Bronco-F-250-F-150-F-350-Wiring-Diagrams-Electrical-Manual-EVTM-/310716923686?pt=Motors_Manuals_Literature&hash=item48582bff26&vxp=mtr
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what does copyright infringment have to do with his problem?
Most of us are here to help.
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