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1967 Mustang Vacuum Diagrams

Hey all, obviously I'm new here. I was wondering if anyone knows where I can get ahold of wiring and vacuum diagrams for my 1967 coupe. It has an inline 6, 200 and a C4 transmission. I bought the car, and of course the previous owners cut a few vacuum lines and wires . So I'm just looking to see where everything goes. Thanks
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You can get reprints of the factory assembly manuals for the 67 Mustang. There are separate books for electrical ( AM0018 } , body ( AM0016 ), chassis ( AM0020 ), Interior ( AM0017 ), Weld & Sealant (AM0019 ). These books are published by Jim Osborn Reproductions Inc. and are available from most Mustang resto dealers for around 20 bucks.

The vacuum routing is very minimal on a 67 and is shown in the electrical manual but doesn't go into any specific details. ( just shows the lines in the illustrations). The chassis manual does show specifics on the vacuum routing for the automatic transmission modulator valve. I can't think of much vacuum line use on a 67 ( I have a 67 ).

There is the timing advance, power brakes, trans modulator valve, PCV valve and that's about it. I'm about sure these manuals will give you the info you need. I don't know how many thousands of times I've referred to mine. I've about worn them out. Yes, they do cover the six cylinder cars. Of course the reprint of the factory service manual is available for the 67 also. This book I have also and is about 50 bucks. There is also a CD version for about the same money.

Hope this helps you out. All the best, ---Chuck
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Vacuum diagrams

Here are some from a 1968. Not sure if they are the same. zig
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power brake vacuum

Where is the best place to hook in vacuum for a power brake bosster after a power disc brake upgrade on a 67 inline 6?
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You can get reprints of the factory assembly manuals for the 67 Mustang. There are separate books for electrical ( AM0018 } , body ( AM0016 ), chassis ( AM0020 ), Interior ( AM0017 ), Weld & Sealant (AM0019 ). These books are published by Jim Osborn Reproductions Inc. and are available from most Mustang resto dealers for around 20 bucks.

The vacuum routing is very minimal on a 67 and is shown in the electrical manual but doesn't go into any specific details. ( just shows the lines in the illustrations). The chassis manual does show specifics on the vacuum routing for the automatic transmission modulator valve. I can't think of much vacuum line use on a 67 ( I have a 67 ).

There is the timing advance, power brakes, trans modulator valve, PCV valve and that's about it. I'm about sure these manuals will give you the info you need. I don't know how many thousands of times I've referred to mine. I've about worn them out. Yes, they do cover the six cylinder cars. Of course the reprint of the factory service manual is available for the 67 also. This book I have also and is about 50 bucks. There is also a CD version for about the same money.

Hope this helps you out. All the best, ---Chuck
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Here's a site with '67 vacuum diagrams as well as other useful wiring diagrams and schematics:

http://www.hammar.dyndns.org/wiring/wiring1967.htm

The vacuum diagrams are in a zip file at the bottom of the page.

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