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Rh engine bay wiring
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Hey everyone. I am in process of installing a new set of battery cables and alternator harness and noticed looking at some other engine bays my voltage regulator and junction block are mounted in a different location. I don't see extra holes where it would have been mounted any other way. Can anyone take some pics of the starter solenoid,voltage regulator,battery and junction block so I can see how things are routed.I suppose assemblers could have done things differently.My car is a 1973 Mach 1 built November 1972 in Dearborn.351c 2v Automatic.Thanks Smile
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Justinc1973;289615 Wrote:Hey everyone. I am in process of installing a new set of battery cables and alternator harness and noticed looking at some other engine bays my voltage regulator and junction block are mounted in a different location. I don't see extra holes where it would have been mounted any other way. Can anyone take some pics of the starter solenoid,voltage regulator,battery and junction block so I can see how things are routed.I suppose assemblers could have done things differently.My car is a 1973 Mach 1 built November 1972 in Dearborn.351c 2v Automatic.Thanks Smile

I have a ton of pics from my 73 mach 1 before I tore it down. But those are at home and I'm at work.. i know im no help right now BUT, I'll get them posted when I get home in the morning...
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Thanks Billy.
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Here is a pic of my 73 Mach 1 with 351-4V...

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Jeff
1972 Q Code Convertible
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Justinc1973;289615 Wrote:Hey everyone. I am in process of installing a new set of battery cables and alternator harness and noticed looking at some other engine bays my voltage regulator and junction block are mounted in a different location. I don't see extra holes where it would have been mounted any other way. Can anyone take some pics of the starter solenoid,voltage regulator,battery and junction block so I can see how things are routed.I suppose assemblers could have done things differently.My car is a 1973 Mach 1 built November 1972 in Dearborn.351c 2v Automatic.Thanks Smile

I have a ton of pics from my 73 mach 1 before I tore it down. But those are at home and I'm at work.. i know im no help right now BUT, I'll get them posted when I get home in the morning...
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A picture as promised... This is what it looks like when the car goes from the teenagers daily beater where "meh, it's good enough" is good enough to sitting forever then finally getting the love it deserves. Lets Keep Jeff's picture as what it SHOULD look like...
   
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