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Does anyone have a elec. diagram for a 1999 GT engine area? If so please share, I have a wire/connector that seems to go nowhere??

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Best bet may be to get the factory service manual from ford, that should have what you need, or go to a dealer or salvage yard and look at another car and see where it goes. You may be able to figure it out on your own, the length is usually just a bit longer than needed to go where it needs to, so if you have a lot of length you need to look at a longer route, short wires, and it should be close to where it is.

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where is the connector at exactly? can you post a pic of it?

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Originally Posted by notchbackfox View Post
where is the connector at exactly? can you post a pic of it?


I have a Ford Service DVD for 2000-2004, but 99-00 are basically the same.

Post a picture or give color code of wires, location, and # of conductors and I will see what I can find out.
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