Tobin is hard at work fabricating the rear frame for the Mustang, and working to get the rear end and four link installed. Finishing up the welding for the back half frame for the 1965 Ford Mustang. Now I got tag light. It has to look right and it needs… Mustang owners are the perennial do-it-yourself types. Passenger quarter panel installed and getting smoothed out.
From the back of the climate control module, you will need to attach a wire to pin 12. Larry is working on repairing the inner door structures and rust proofing the insides of the doors. We are done buffing and assembling the Mustang and it is ready for clean up and delivery. You can hear them click when turning on. These are for roller type or Eaton pump with front mount.
The seats are in, the custom package tray is in, the custom center console is in, the radio is in the glove box and the brushed aluminum glove box door is on. Note: Pulley is not included. I've been looking at doing the exact same thing. Classic Auto Air now offers complete climate control systems and parts for Fox-body Mustangs, including R-134a… This tech article will show you how to properly bleed mustang brakes to assure a firmer brake pedal. The blue pearl should really shine when the sunlight hits it. Larry is done with the repairs to the door and the rear tail panel. The mustang is most of the way sanded and almost ready for paint.
Does it have enough power to handle the upgrades you have planned? A recent, full restoration has been done, top to bottom, front to back. Dan is installing the T5 transmission. It is the Ford factory wiring diagram that is wrong. Am I stuck with paying dealer prices for these parts? Because Ford designed this stuff for rapid assembly on an assembly line, plugs mate only one way. Each of these sites allows you to look up the price and availability for parts by entering the Ford part s. The core charge is built into the price, so it is not necessary to return the original core.
One last new job in the shop! Larry is working on the necessary body repairs for the Mustang. I did not use any fancy crimpers for the ends. Alex is still stripping the layers of paint off the Mustang. Tobin is working on getting the rear end installed and four link installed on the Mustang. This manual includes installation instructions for the 1965-66 Mustang quarter window kit, wood rimmed steering wheel, tachometer and oil pressure bezel kit, high riser intake manifold kit, duel 4V induction system, valve cover kit, steel shim head gaskets, and high performance camshaft kit. The green wire should also pass through the 10-pin connector. Auto Meter and YearOne offer the tools that we need to upgrade our Ultra-Lite Gauges.
I recommend purchasing a 1 wire alternator prior to install so wiring and instructions will b complete. Corroded contacts create increased resistance, causing heat, and possibly starting a fire. There are illustrations on just about every one of the book's 33 pages. Progress has slowed down a little bit on this 1965 Mustang as we work to overcome a small problem with the torque converter. The harness between the 8 pin control switch and 10 pin connector should have the following wires: Pin. There are exploded views and illustrations on just about every one of the book's 67 pages. The new tires for the rear of the Mustang are in and they are huge! American Autowire Classic Update Series wiring systems power up your classic ride! It has a ton of extra wire, and for the partially colorblind like me having each wire labeled every few inches was very helpful.
When you need power for accessories, lights, and the like, you don't have to cut and splice connections. Removal of the old system isn't that difficult. I noticed the back of it is threaded. Dan has painted the black base coat for the Mustang. Without doing some fancy wiring, I assumed that I would need to get the Ford parts 7r3z-14d696b and 7r3z-14d696a x2, plus the wiring harnesses but the parts are quite expensive from Ford.
I'm not done yet, as I'm trying to wire properly, which means I need to add a 25 amp fuse in slot 66 in the electical bus. However, the last shop had some issues with the paint job that they put on. I used their switches on my seats, but it is just wire connectors so I am sure you could use any switches. Zero in on the instrument wiring and everything behind the dashboard. Also, I wonder if I can retrofit the passenger power seat? The wires are extra long, after running them I usually cut off about two feet prior to crimping the ends. After that, i heated it up and soldered the connection.
This book will put it back together. You can splice to it anywhere that is convenient and connect to your +12V source. Very fast from light to light and yet cruises in 5th gear on the freeway. This reprinted manual shows exploded views of the body of your car, and includes original part numbers. Brittle wiring can break, thrusting you into darkness on the roadside. That wire goes to the relay pin 85. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.