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Gauge cluster wiring
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I am replacing all my gauges with aftermarket matching gauges and would like to use as many wires as possible off the factory connector, does anyone know the number or color code per wire, I.E. fuel sender, idiot lights , ect
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(07-08-2018, 05:09 PM)Cainsable Wrote: I am replacing all my gauges with aftermarket matching gauges and would like to use as many wires as possible off the factory connector, does anyone know the number or color code per wire, I.E. fuel sender, idiot lights , ect

What year Car? What are you doing with the current gauges? 

Can not help much with your problem, but may desire some of your take off parts

Rich
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Go to the Mustang Data tab at the top of this page and download the wiring diagram for your car.



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(07-08-2018, 05:42 PM)Don C Wrote: Go to the Mustang Data tab at the top of this page and download the wiring diagram for your car.

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Here is a handy article which will show you both tach and non-tach connectors/wiring colors
http://www.svend.net/mustang/tach/Tachom...stangs.pdf
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Im planning to do the same thing. Glad i ran across this

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(07-08-2018, 05:34 PM)I am removing the gauges from the rear of the bezel,message me a we could talkRyunker Wrote:
(07-08-2018, 05:09 PM)Cainsable Wrote: I am replacing all my gauges with aftermarket matching gauges and would like to use as many wires as possible off the factory connector, does anyone know the number or color code per wire, I.E. fuel sender, idiot lights , ect

What year Car? What are you doing with the current gauges? 

Can not help much with your problem, but may desire some of your take off parts

Rich
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(07-08-2018, 10:19 PM)OzCoupe72 Wrote: Here is a handy article which will show you both tach and non-tach connectors/wiring colors
http://www.svend.net/mustang/tach/Tachom...stangs.pdf
That's what I was looking thanks
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