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Help identify dash wiring
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(06-04-2019, 08:21 AM)Hemikiller Wrote:
(06-03-2019, 08:56 PM)73429mach Wrote:
(06-03-2019, 04:43 PM)73429mach Wrote: So most likely if I don't have a highly optioned car some of the plugs were not used? Ryan

(06-03-2019, 08:02 PM)midlife Wrote: Nope, that pink molex plug is unique to the 1972.
Correct, this is a 72. The only things I have on the board is the flasher, a circuit breaker (I think) and a clear small box marked D0AB-13150-B2. Would like to know which plugs go where and which ones are not used.

Here's how I figure out what components are where and what plug is used....

Your D0AB-13150-B2 returns a Google search as a key warning buzzer. All of those components on that plate have part numbers stamped on them, and there are a couple screws that come up from the inside of the glove box so you can drop it down to make life easier. 

https://www.google.com/search?q=D0AB-131...e&ie=UTF-8

Page 2 of the 72 full wiring diagram has a component locator index, the key warning buzzer is in grid F53

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The diagram is arranged with i.d. numbers across the top to designate vertical columns and letters on the side to designate horizontal rows. 

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Scroll down to the page (4) where the 50s start. If you trace down from 53 and across from F, you'll find the area with the key warning buzzer depicted, along with it's wiring traces.  

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C-89 designates the connector that plugs directly into the buzzer. Follow the leads back and you will see 158A/BK-PK (H) and 159A/R-PK

158A is the circuit designator and not something you'd use here. BK-PK(H) is the wire color ID. The layout is always (base wire color)-(stripe color)(stripe line type) BK  is black wire. PK is pink and (H) designates a hashed stripe (dashes is you prefer). So, wire 158A is Black wire w/pink hashes. R-PK is red with a solid pink stripe. It looks like it's the connector hiding under the square red plug.

Another stripe line type you'll see is (D) for dots.

Do this for the rest of the bit on that plate and let's see what you have left

Ok, this makes more sense to me now. I’ll go back and look what I have left. Thanks everyone for the help and pictures. Ryan.

1973 Mach 1, Porsche Guards Red, 429/C6
1972 Mach 1, Grabber Blue, 302/C4, currently under construction
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Couple more plugs and sockets to identify. The first pic is behind where the tach cluster goes, the second pic is above the glove box. Thanks Ryan         

1973 Mach 1, Porsche Guards Red, 429/C6
1972 Mach 1, Grabber Blue, 302/C4, currently under construction
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#13
If you have the wiring diagrams, this Ford publication should give you some "how to" help
https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-how-...#pid336055



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
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The black with light blue stripe wires are for dome and courtesy light circuits. One is at grid #D-44.

The red/yellow hash and black/orange hash wites connect to an ambient temperature switch, grid #G-14.



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
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The black with light blue stripe wires are for dome and courtesy light circuits. One is at grid #D-44.

The red/yellow hash and black/orange hash wites connect to an ambient temperature switch, grid #G-14.

The light green/red stripe is for the alternator warning light.



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(06-08-2019, 03:16 PM)Don C Wrote: The black with light blue stripe wires are for dome and courtesy light circuits. One is at grid #D-44.

The red/yellow hash and black/orange hash wites connect to an ambient temperature switch, grid #G-14.

The light green/red stripe is for the alternator warning light.

Don C, thank you for your patience in explaining the wiring grids. Wiring is not one of my strong points. On the red/yellow hash & black/orange hash wire, I can not find anything that it would connect to. This is an a/c car, is it something that was used or is it something that would have been for an option that my car doesn't have? Ryan

1973 Mach 1, Porsche Guards Red, 429/C6
1972 Mach 1, Grabber Blue, 302/C4, currently under construction
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#17
Don't worry about that connector; it is not essential to the well-being of the car.

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