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Old 07-05-2014, 01:45 PM
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Wiring diagram needed 74 f600 ( engine bay wiring needed most)

After reassembling the 1974 F600 back together after paint prep electrical gremlins bit me.. now it wont start.. dead dead.. power at battery..power at ignition switch.. power at starter relay... nothing when I turn the key...

Does anyone have a wiring diagram they would be willing to send me. I had replaced just about everything electrical

I googled it and searched here and nothing readily came up

Trcuk was previosuly converted to a one wire alternator and not voltage regualtor as it was internal.. it worked fine,

I have the shop manuals but unfortunately the electrical part of the manuals are missing.... thank you stealbay

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Old 07-05-2014, 10:18 PM
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The electrical diagrams themselves are not and were not part of the service manual. They are a separate publication. Nothing missing from your service manual.

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Old 07-06-2014, 12:03 AM
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The electrical diagrams themselves are not and were not part of the service manual. They are a separate publication. Nothing missing from your service manual.

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Thank you David.. I was hoping someone on the site wanted to share their copy...if that does not happen I will purchase one and then be a resource for others... with three f600s in the barn I should have a copy

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Old 07-06-2014, 12:20 AM
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I am now the owner of wiring manuals for 1974 and 1979 f600 trucks (which also covers other models)
If anyone needs them they can contact me for information

They werent cheap but there were few options

Now I have full ford shop.. trim.. predelivery/delivery.. motor..running gear and wiring manuals for these trucks
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I would have shared, but I only have C series diagrams as they are what I run. Glad you got it worked out. They do make wiring work a lot easier.

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I am now the owner of wiring manuals for 1974 and 1979 f600 trucks (which also covers other models)
If anyone needs them they can contact me for information

They werent cheap but there were few options

Now I have full ford shop.. trim.. predelivery/delivery.. motor..running gear and wiring manuals for these trucks
Hi would you by any chance be able to tell me if the wiring for my 1973 F600 would be the same wiring with your 1974 f600 ??
I need a wiring diragram from the fuse box to the 2 speed brownie box.
Im fixing my truck but cant find any diragrams for this year of truck and im short on money
Ive tried autozone but they told me that it is too old lol
So if you could please help me out that would be so kind; )
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Hi would you by any chance be able to tell me if the wiring for my 1973 F600 would be the same wiring with your 1974 f600 ??
I need a wiring diragram from the fuse box to the 2 speed brownie box.
Im fixing my truck but cant find any diragrams for this year of truck and im short on money
Ive tried autozone but they told me that it is too old lol
So if you could please help me out that would be so kind; )
Yes.. they are the same from what I can see

My diagram shows
a ground wire.. and two power wires.. one goes to the switch on the shifter ..the other to the accessory terminal on the fuse block.. however this is for the two speed rear.. I see nothing for an aux brownie tranny.. is that what you have?.. Im referring to the two speed rear.. I cant see why an aux transmission would be wired any differently
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