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the wiring diagram that they sell for our cars is ok but isn't telling us the wire colors and the harness that goes behind the gauge cluster. i am wiring in new custom gauges from Boese Engineering. off the harness behind the gauge cluster, i need to know which color wire is the 12V switch, the ground, the lamp and the fuel sending unit wire. again, the wiring diagram they sell doesn't tell us that wire or at least the color of wire.

 

any help would be appreciated. thanks!

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the wiring diagram that they sell for our cars is ok but isn't telling us the wire colors and the harness that goes behind the gauge cluster. i am wiring in new custom gauges from Boese Engineering. off the harness behind the gauge cluster, i need to know which color wire is the 12V switch, the ground, the lamp and the fuel sending unit wire. again, the wiring diagram they sell doesn't tell us that wire or at least the color of wire.

 

any help would be appreciated. thanks!

 

You're referring to the large connector that goes into the back of the original gauge cluster? If so, it would help to tell us if the car was originally a Tach or Non-Tach car (two different connectors) and then I'm sure someone can throw up the pin-out of the connector which will give you what you need.

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the wiring diagram that they sell for our cars is ok but isn't telling us the wire colors and the harness that goes behind the gauge cluster. i am wiring in new custom gauges from Boese Engineering. off the harness behind the gauge cluster, i need to know which color wire is the 12V switch, the ground, the lamp and the fuel sending unit wire. again, the wiring diagram they sell doesn't tell us that wire or at least the color of wire.

 

any help would be appreciated. thanks!

 

You're referring to the large connector that goes into the back of the original gauge cluster? If so, it would help to tell us if the car was originally a Tach or Non-Tach car (two different connectors) and then I'm sure someone can throw up the pin-out of the connector which will give you what you need.

 

yes that big black connector behind the OEM cluster and yes it is a OEM tach car!


have you looked here >> http://www.7173mustangs.com/misc.php?page=diagrams

 

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Ben

 

thats exactly what i'm talking about. that diagram doesn't tell you what color the wires are and doesn't include that harness behind the cluster.

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thats exactly what i'm talking about. that diagram doesn't tell you what color the wires are and doesn't include that harness behind the cluster.

 

Maybe this one will help, you can compare the wire to the code in the upper right.

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“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”

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thats exactly what i'm talking about. that diagram doesn't tell you what color the wires are and doesn't include that harness behind the cluster.

 

Maybe this one will help, you can compare the wire to the code in the upper right.

 

 

this seems like what i need, thanks!

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