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Unread 07-27-2007   #1 (permalink)
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Default Wiring A 1967 Mustang Coupe

Does any one have a picture of a wiring diagram for a 1967 mustang (6 cylinder)
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The closest I can get is for a '66', can't imagine it changed much.
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I purchased a book with all the 69 Mustang wiring diagrams from Ford for about $12 on eBay some time ago. I just did a quick search and saw one available for the 67 as well.
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Try this:
1967 Mustang Wiring and Vacuum Diagrams : Average Joe Restoration
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I have used this diagram for my 67 Coupe. It was originally a 6 cylinder. I have gone through every wire on my original harnesses and only found a few places where the colors did not match.

The only place that this diagram changes from I6 to V8 is at the dizzy and spark plug wires.

This is also the only engineering style diagram I have found. The others are very helpful, but are geared more towards assembly rather than troubleshooting.
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