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bulbs and fuses. I feel old!!!
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I go to autozone looking for a 4amp and a 14amp glass fuse.  It took 5 minutes searching for the fuses before I found them on the bottom 3 rungs on the isle!  The guy at the store said he had never known what they were used in.  I still didn't find a 14 AMP fuse.  All they had were 15 AMP and up!

Any of the pars houses have a larger selection? Oreille's, Advance, NAPA??


For the bulbs, the backlit bulbs for the wipers, headlight, cigarette and heater controls are 1895's???

The instrument cluster bulbs are 94's?

Thanks!
Wade
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(03-21-2018, 06:24 AM)scgamecock Wrote: I go to autozone looking for a 4amp and a 14amp glass fuse.  It took 5 minutes searching for the fuses before I found them on the bottom 3 rungs on the isle!  The guy at the store said he had never known what they were used in.  I still didn't find a 14 AMP fuse.  All they had were 15 AMP and up!

Any of the pars houses have a larger selection? Oreille's, Advance, NAPA??


For the bulbs, the backlit bulbs for the wipers, headlight, cigarette and heater controls are 1895's???

The instrument cluster bulbs are 94's?
"194's"?
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#3
Danno is correct and you are correct on the others! Linking our TECH page on bulb application - we know people go to Walmart/autozone Amazon BUT still make info avail as many MANY of you are loyal customers. https://www.hipoparts.com/1971-73-ford-mustang/

Go ahead and work BACK (back click hyperlink at top of chart) to TECH PAGES if you want. LOTS there on cars.

Mark
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I find this reference is helpful...


.pdf   73 Mustang Fuses and Bulbs.pdf (Size: 2.86 MB / Downloads: 1)

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I use a 14 amp in F1 and always install a 30 amp in F7 in all of my refurbished harnesses.
I sell individual fuses at $1 a pop, but mail costs of $3.50 each makes it largely uneconomical to buy one or two of them.

As far as bulbs go, I'm relatively dim-witted and light-hearted.

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