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  1. I got tired of going back and forth through the wiring diagrams trying to figure out the wire codes for the various circuits coming out of the fuse panel, so made this up. If anybody finds any errors, please let me know. Edit: Error in fuse 5, replaced drawing Edit: Error in fuse 1, replaced drawing
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  2. The emergency flashers are fed through the 14 amp stop light circuit breaker. The accessory feed just has a fuse in it when it also has the accessory buss extension, which also has the other clip. I believe they just came on cars with power windows and rear window heater. It's a convenient way to add more accessories when your fuse block doesn't have it. Midlife sells them. Manufactured Products (midlifeharness.com) For everyone's information, the description of the fuse circuits in Volume 3 of the 1971 Shop Manual on page 34-30-02 is not correct, it shows the cigar lighter on fuse
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  3. I haven't shipped heads but have shipped other heavy items I didn't want damage. I built a wooden crate and then took the item I was shipping and put in a plastic garbage bag. I then took some window spray foam for filling cracks, the expandable type and sprayed a layer on the bottom of the box. I placed the item on that layer once it set up and then sprayed around the rest of it and over it. Once it set shave off any excess and close up for shipping. Almost impossible for it to get damage in shipping. Item is in a cocoon of foam and even if the box gets dropped the foam protects it.
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  4. Thanks for the perseverance jpaz! Members like this move the needle forward in the forum!
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  5. Just got an E-mail confirming that my one owner 1973 Mach 1 has been picked to be part of the 50th. Birthday of the, what they are calling, 'Big Horse Mustangs, 1971 - 1973". It will be located in Building T. I have to have the car there on June 2 2021 and the actual public showing is June 4 - 6, 2021. So maybe some of the members in the area can get together and meet for real. I am on the list now to get the Covid vaccine since I have Emphysema I am at high risk and will be 73 in March. So will see if Dr. can take care of my back surgery ASAP. Did not want to do unless I had the vaccine
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  6. Here are loads of free fonts that I have used as needed: https://www.dafont.com/
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  7. Both your car and your Dad's are well optioned for sure. I never met the person that had the one I have. He was in Army and they shipped your car home for $1.00. Since there are several military bases in North & South Carolina there were quite a few in the area at one time. I just missed getting a 1965 289 coupe last year for $3,500. I do think there were two versions of the T-5. This car has Mustang in the original side stripes and did not have the fender emblems, no holes there. I will have to go look at the tire label today if I can get the door open been sitting in same spot since th
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