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Old 08-05-2014, 09:40 PM
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Best Wiring Diagrams

I know many of you have access to different sources of information on wiring in our beloved fords. I am looking to buy the information but not liking to get some subscription for a specific year or engine. Right now I need to look at 2 different harnesses from 2 different years. I need a comprehensive book or website that I can search all years and models for one price.
What are your favorite resources for wiring diagrams, schematics, etc.
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Do you have a Ford dealer in town? I'm going to my local dealer to get copies of their service manuals for 92-96 F150 and Broncos either Thursday or Friday Hoping I can get it on cd/dvd
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There is a guy with screen name FMC400 that posts in the 73-79 dentsides forum. He is absolutely the best electrical troubleshooter that I know of. You might try contacting him.
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Do you have a Ford dealer in town? I'm going to my local dealer to get copies of their service manuals for 92-96 F150 and Broncos either Thursday or Friday Hoping I can get it on cd/dvd
I have not heard of a Ford dealer doing this so let us know what happens.
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I have not heard of a Ford dealer doing this so let us know what happens.
He tells me that he has a electrical evtm shop service manual that he'll give me next week when he has time to dig it out of their attic space. He also thinks that he has the body/chassis and drivetrain books that he can give me.

He and I have built a friendship over the last few months talking classic Fords (he has 6) and that these books won't be missed because nobody knows they're up there

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Do you have a Ford dealer in town? I'm going to my local dealer to get copies of their service manuals for 92-96 F150 and Broncos either Thursday or Friday Hoping I can get it on cd/dvd
That would be awesome! I stopped at dealer earlier this week and talked to service manager. What an idiot! He seems to have no clue about anything older then 2010, or doesn't want to. I wrote down colors/plugs on at least 4 different engine harnesses, traced a couple from source to component as well. I believe I now have a full grasp of where every wire goes now. It's raining cats and dogs right now so can't work on it tonight.
Looking at the pics Subford has shared with me, I'd wear his book out going back and forth tracing the wires, connector locations, ground locations, ETC. However it's still vital information. I'm wishing I had access to the same ones my Nephews have, they sound awesome.
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Not 2nd or 3rd gen I know, but very helpful none the less...
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I have the electrical evtm shop service manual and man is it awesome. He wasn't able to find the other books yet, but says he only got through about half of the stuff. It says it is for the 95 Broncos, not sure what other vehicles it would be applicable with though (I would assume the F-150 and 250 and maybe the E series vans?).
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Good find, they should be similar. You could scan them, compose a CD and make some money now.
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