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Old 04-13-2009, 06:47 PM
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Eric - I have the '66 wiring diagram "booklet". Can't say for sure if identical to the '65, but tell me what model and diagram view you need and I can email you something.

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doc66 here. I downloaded a wiring diagram for my 66, and it seems to make sense. I'm wondering if you might have something different, though. Would you mind emailing me a copy of what you have? I'd be glad to send you what I've got in return. Same for anyone else interested.
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I do have the cats meow for 65 truck wiring diagrams...name your series...Ive got em all..from E series all the way to T series...email me with your needs...the book you always see everywhere I have and its sorta kinda close to the actual trucks wiring...but Ive got parts harnesses Ive compared the pamphlet to as well as my book...a FoMoCo published book btw...the Ford book its dead nuts on correct...

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i was wondering if you could email a dash wiring diagram for my 65 f-100?
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Another kinda new user with multiple electrical questions. Truck is 65 f100 with 240 6. Purchased it, drove about 50 miles home, pulled to curb to move another vehicle and thus gain access to back yard, went back to truck, wouldn't start. Once I got in the backyard, started first by replacing the battery-no luck. I currently have no power at all when I turn key. Worked on problem today and installed a new coil-still nothing. Am extremely inexpierenced with electrical problem solving. More infor- the engine compartment has been very jury rigged-wires coming from cab into engine bay but not connected to anything etc. Please help.
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Another kinda new user with multiple electrical questions. Truck is 65 f100 with 240 6. Purchased it, drove about 50 miles home, pulled to curb to move another vehicle and thus gain access to back yard, went back to truck, wouldn't start. Once I got in the backyard, started first by replacing the battery-no luck. I currently have no power at all when I turn key. Worked on problem today and installed a new coil-still nothing. Am extremely inexpierenced with electrical problem solving. More infor- the engine compartment has been very jury rigged-wires coming from cab into engine bay but not connected to anything etc. Please help.
I'm guessing if you replaced the coil, you don't have a clue, so lets start slow.
clean and tighten both the battery cables, the "+" is on the solinoid, and the "-" should be connected to the engine block somewhere.

Now there are 2 small wires and 2 large wires on teh solinoid. One of the large ones is the one you connected from battery"+". the other goes to the post on the starter, make sure that one is clean and tight on both ends.

now you need to have some-one turn the key while you check the 2 small wires on teh solinoid, one is marked "I" for ignition and the other is marked"S" for start. when you turn the key to the start position the "S" wire should become live, the solinoid should make a loud click , the wire to the starter shoulld become live and the starter should crank.

see if that helps.
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I have a 65' Thanks for the Diagram 63 beater!!..it looks just like mine!
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65 wiring

any chance i could get a copy of that too?
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I am also in need of a starter circuit wiring diagram. I have a 65 F250 original 4x4 trk with 240 6 cyl. What I really need is info relative to the resistor block mounted on inner fender panel that is no longer there.
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Could you also email me a copy. Thanks
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I could sure use any wiring diagrams for 1966.
I have an F 100 and an F 500
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This is my first day here and believe it or not here is what you are looking for.
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1964 F100 - F750 Wiring Diagrams - The Old Car Manual Project

Thanks I loaded it into my favorites, and will print it out and save it.. it is dead on for my truck!
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Would somebody send me a copy of the wiring diagram for the 65 f100? email at whitneyel3@gmail.com Please please please and thank you thank you thank you
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One more time?

sorry to sound like a broken record but if someone wouldn't mind emailing me the wiring diagrams for a 65 that would be amazing. For no apparent reason both my headlights and my dash lights have stopped working, parking lights still work though and my electrical abilities aren't the best. Thanks in advance. bruce.charles@rocketmail.com

This site is a god send and I would be lost without you guys!
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Posting couple circuits, sorry, had several pic's of the other circuits in my photo-bucket storage site but apparently they are floating about in cyber-space, may have exeeded allowable photo's in storage and have to delete a few to retreive the wiring diag. Anyhow, 1 of the links shows the headlight circuit, these darn electrical gremlins are a pain in the backside, majority of the time I find the problem's due to a poor ground. Perhaps another member will be able to provide add. circuits, purchased the wiring manual from Jim Osborns Reproductions for $7, well worth it.

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Thanks a bunch. I was planning on ordering a set but wanted to get on the repair sooner than later. Thanks again, it's gremlin hunting I go.

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Just a question, got a ez wiring harness for my '66 f100. has anyone installed one and anything i need to look out for?
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