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Old 01-14-2009, 12:34 PM
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Angry 1985 F 250 Diesel 4X4 Wiring diagram

Help! Can't find a wiring diagram for 1985 F 250 Diesel 4X4! Just bought it and the guy had put a rebuilt engine in it but never wired it! Can anyone help me?
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I understand Haynes manuals have halfway-decent wiring diagrams in 'em. Search eBay.
There are many places that sell factory shop manuals, Helm (www.helminc.com) has been
printing Ford's manuals forever and still offers 'em if available.

There are reprints available, too. Here's one:
Lloyds Auto Liturature available for 1985, Fordtruck, Wiring Diagrams
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Here's your first post if you would like to read it.

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it is another 6.3 out of a 85 ford. thanks for all the help!
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