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  • Birthday 12/13/1968

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    1973 Mach 1 with 351C.

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  1. Would be interested as well. The last one that was done was received with a big hole in it and didn't get to wear.
  2. Nearing the completion of installing a new American Auto Wire harness into my 73 Mach 1 with a FMX trans. I would like to keep and splice in the original connections, if possible. Using the info below, could someone please tell me how to connect and to what color wire off the original connectors? The instructions call for only 4 wires: Backup and Neutral Safety Switch Connections (see Figure “II” on page 19) If you have a vehicle with an Automatic Transmission where the Back-up Light Switch and the Neutral Safety Switch are inside the vehicle on the Shifter, you will have to route the four wires (5, 6, 24, and 39A) to the Shifter and connect. 1. Back-up Light and Neutral Safety Switch Connections For both a Manual transmission and an Automatic Transmission, route the light green Backup Light/Switch wire (circuit 24) and the pink 12 Volt Ignition wire (circuit 39A) to the Backup Light Switch and connect. Polarity doesn’t matter. If you have a Manual Transmission, you will need to connect the purple Neutral Safety Switch wire (circuit 5) and the purple Starter Solenoid wire (circuit 6) together. If you have an Automatic Transmission, route the purple Neutral Safety Switch wire (circuit 5) and the purple Starter Solenoid wire (circuit 6) to the Neutral Safety Switch and connect. NOTE: If circuit 5 and circuit 6 are not connected, your Starter Solenoid will not engage, and your Engine will not crank. Wire # Wire Color Printing Description 5 Purple NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH Start feed from the Ignition Switch to the Neutral Safety Switch or to circuit 6. 6 Purple STARTER SOLENOID-S Start circuit from the Neutral Safety Switch or circuit 5 to the Starter Solenoid. 24 Light Green BACK UP LT SW->LIGHTS Feed from the Backup Light Switch to the Backup Lights. 39A Pink 12V IGNITION 12V feed to the Backup Light Switch. Also, if anyone has any pics on how the Safety Switch wiring is routed up and into the engine bay it would be very much appreciated. Thanks for the help.
  3. That would be great. It was a XXL. I really liked the design. Fingers crossed.
  4. Hopefully you will do another run. Went to the mail box today and was excited to see a package from you guys. Imagine my horror when I saw that something had punched a hole through it. Opened and saw that the hole had gone through the shirt in about 4 diffterent places. What a bummer.
  5. I like what you did. Been looking at backup cameras for a while and I need to replace my mirror anyways. I see that it gives you options to cut a white and green wire. What is that all about?
  6. raceman408, I found the one that I had stuck away. I sent you a PM.
  7. I was going to convert my 73 front to a 71/72 but decided against it. I had one of the reinforcement pieces. Let me take a look and see if I still have it. If I do, will get back with you here.
  8. In my haste, I didn't take any pics prior to disassembly of the dash. Area in particular need is the Brake Pedal Support to Steering Column Bracket. Along with that, I'm not sure of how the dash panel fits in with those. I have the assembly manuals but the drawings are not very clear. If anyone has some pics of that area and how it all goes together they would be very much appreciated. Thanks....Andy
  9. Thanks for all the help and assistance. I was able to get one from Rock Auto for less than $3 and had it in 2 days.
  10. Thanks Don. I'll let you know. Going to look tomorrow.
  11. Looking for the brake line coupler by the passenger shock tower. It's the one that connects the passenger brake line to the cross-over line.
  12. I'll be doing those soon. How would you make that work? Is it a 3-way "y" fitting to replace the OEM block?
  13. Thanks. That's what I thought. Hopefully someone will chime in with the size for stock lines.
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