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Old 03-06-2016, 12:48 AM
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Default Electrical upper console panel

It's been awhile since I had the upper console panel removed from my 64 Thunderbird (Door Ajar,Flasher,Low Fuel)clock and map lights etc.....the majority of connections I can figure out however I would like some re-assurance/confidence in the connections. The bulbs are pretty straight forward, I do have the books but not very explicit. Can someone help.
It appears I had this same problem several years ago, should have taken pictures.
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Fred, what do you need help with? Do you have a question?
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Need the wiring schematics for the upper console, seems easy just want to make sure before connecting and shorting out fuses. This console is the one with the clock, flashers, low fuel, map lights etc.....
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The wiring diagram is on page 15-13 of your Shop Manual.
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The wiring diagram is on page 15-13 of your Shop Manual.
Thank you, I misplaced the manual (left it at work).
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