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Need help identifying color coded wiring connectors in 1985

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Need help identifying color coded wiring connectors in 1985 Mustang gt convertible. Would like to request Lou P for assistance.
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Classic Car
Expert:  Lou P. replied 7 months ago.
Hello again ! I appreciate you requesting me. From what we talked about you need schematics for the instrument cluster correct ? I will look and see what I can come up with to get you taken care of. So let me know if there is anything specific you are looking for with the wiring but I will upload as soon as I can the info. Thank you sir !
Customer: replied 7 months ago.
Lou, this might help. I need the wire color code for the chassis ground, 12V+ Ignition, Lighting switch and signal from sender for the following: Volt meter, Fuel gauge, Water temp, Oil pressure, Tach and Speedo. All of these wires are bunched into two large connector clips. Thanks.
Expert:  Lou P. replied 7 months ago.
understood. i will be at it tonight, sorry for the delay
Expert:  Lou P. replied 7 months ago.
here is part of the diagram, sorry for the delay man, really apologize
Expert:  Lou P. replied 7 months ago.
its really hard to find a good diagram on this old model of the dash wiring....... im not sure if what i sent will help, let me know if it does or not.

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