Fan Switch and Switch Plug

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I have a 1973 mustang coupe restomod that is an ongoing project for 20+ years.
I know I have a bad fan switch (over heated contacts) I also have a damaged switch plug. This is the plug that plugs directly into the fan switch. I have located a new replacement switch but have been unable to locate the plug.

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Anybody else have this issue? My only other idea is to build blade connectors for each blade on the switch and lose the plug.

Thanks!

 

midlife

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Tell me the year and I can supply a good plug with wire pigtails for a nominal price.

 
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I have a 1973 mustang coupe restomod that is an ongoing project for 20+ years.
Follow up

Midlife sent me a plug for the fan switch with pigtails and I also ordered a new fan switch from Mustangs Unlimited. The bad fan switch was shorting and melted the plug. A new switch and plug in place and it works like a charm.

Midlife is AWESOME and any wiring for our cars that seems impossible or hard to find he has. Thanks again for the help!

 

midlife

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Follow up

Midlife sent me a plug for the fan switch with pigtails and I also ordered a new fan switch from Mustangs Unlimited. The bad fan switch was shorting and melted the plug. A new switch and plug in place and it works like a charm.

Midlife is AWESOME and any wiring for our cars that seems impossible or hard to find he has. Thanks again for the help!
Aw...shucks.:D

 
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