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Publication Date: August 26, 2005

2000-2006 Crown Victoria, Focus, Mustang, Taurus
2002-2005 Thunderbird
2005-2006 Five Hundred, Ford GT, Freestyle
2006 Fusion
2000-2003 Explorer Sport, Windstar
2000-2005 Excursion
2000-2006 E-Series, Expedition, Explorer, F-150, F-Super Duty, Ranger
2001-2005 Explorer Sport Trac
2001-2006 Escape
2004-2006 Freestar
2005-2006 Escape Hybrid
2000-2006 F-650, F-750
2006 Low Cab Forward
2000-2006 LS, Town Car
2006 Zephyr
2000-2006 Navigator
2002-2003 Blackwood
2003-2005 Aviator
2006 Mark LT
2000-2002 Cougar
2000-2005 Sable
2000-2006 Grand Marquis
2005-2006 Montego
2006 Milan
2000-2006 Mountaineer
2004-2006 Monterey
2005-2006 Mariner
2006 Mariner Hybrid

This article supersedes TSB 03-11-6 to update the service procedure, vehicle lines and model years.


Wire harness repairs are supported through the availability of individual components such as:

  • Wire terminals with machine crimped pigtails
  • Hard shell connectors
  • Dual wall heat shrink tubing
  • Complete, loaded, wiring pigtail kits

Some of the available tools and service parts that are helpful when performing wiring harness repairs are:

  • Motorcraft Wiring Pigtail Catalog (see for more information)
  • Rotunda Wire Splice Toolkit 164-R5903 (order through 1-800-Rotunda)
  • General Wire Terminal Repair Kit (order through Ford Component Sales)

Information on the pigtail and terminal repair kits can also be accessed by technicians via the PTS web site. To access on PTS:

  • Select the year/model of the vehicle on the PTS home page
  • Select the wiring tab
  • Select the link to the pigtail or terminal repair kit at the top right of screen.

Additional service information contained in this TSB detailing wire folding, soldering, and crimping techniques may be helpful.


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