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Old 08-18-2007, 10:29 PM
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help with wiring/electrical issue on a 92 FSB

I doubt anyone will be interested, but i am pretty damn desperate... If anyone who is confident with wiring would like to help me try to fix a problem with my truck i would really appreciate someone with more experience than i have. Basically, i just swapped in a 351 and now the truck isnt getting any power to the dash or anything... so yeah, if anyone wouldnt mind lending me a hand i would be thrilled to have some help.

Here is a link to the thread i posted asking for advice: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/64...ml#post5037821
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I doubt anyone will be interested, but i am pretty damn desperate... If anyone who is confident with wiring would like to help me try to fix a problem with my truck i would really appreciate someone with more experience than i have. Basically, i just swapped in a 351 and now the truck isnt getting any power to the dash or anything... so yeah, if anyone wouldnt mind lending me a hand i would be thrilled to have some help.

Here is a link to the thread i posted asking for advice: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/64...ml#post5037821
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Do you have a good ground connection?

Check the negative terminal that connects to the motor..

make sure you have it connected to the block somewhere..

Where are you located? maybe someone is close by and can help...

We have people spread out all over NE...
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wow, my mistake, im located in gloucester MA.

I have the ground terminal screwed to the frame, it then continues on to the bolt on the pass. side of the engine block.

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