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Old 02-11-2006, 10:34 PM
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'93 Ford Wiring Diagram?

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It's been awhile since I've been on the board. Does anyone know where I can find a complete wiring diagram for a Ford P/U? My son rolled my '93 and though it still runs and drives great it's totalled. I'd like to swap the cab off of my '72 onto the frame and running gear of the '93 and would like to locate a wiring diagram.

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For free ones go here:
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Other than that you will have to go to ebay or auto parts store and buy a book or diagrams.
If they do not have them and you want to spend some money go to HELM.
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You still looking? The wiring diagram is many large sheets and is complicated. The EVT manual (electrical vacuum troubleshooting) is also valuable as it shows locations for the connectors. The wiring diagram references connector numbers but does not show you where they are very well.

It will be a lot of work to convert as the wiring for a '72 is extremely simple compared to the '93. Computer and all.
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