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Old 06-03-2012, 11:16 AM   #1
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I need some help finding a short in the wiring. I've traced to of the wires(all of witch are red with blue strip. The on one side is the wire that goes to the solenoid to the start. On the other side of the switch one wire goes to the TFI and the other (witch I'm guessing is where the voltage to go to switch) I can not find where it goes or if it should stay hot even after the car starts. I can start the car by replacing the side with the two wires. And it runs fine but I would really like to get to the base of the problem. I have not hooked either of the two on the one side to the new power from the ignition switch because i dont want to burn anything up .Thanks for any help I can get.
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Re: Help with clutch pedal wiring.

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I need some help finding a short in the wiring. I've traced to of the wires(all of witch are red with blue strip. The on one side is the wire that goes to the solenoid to the start. On the other side of the switch one wire goes to the TFI and the other (witch I'm guessing is where the voltage to go to switch) I can not find where it goes or if it should stay hot even after the car starts. I can start the car by replacing the side with the two wires. And it runs fine but I would really like to get to the base of the problem. I have not hooked either of the two on the one side to the new power from the ignition switch because i dont want to burn anything up .Thanks for any help I can get.
Trying to diagnose a wiring issue without being able to physically see the wiring is like trying to drive blindfolded.


There are some links in the "Useful Info" sticky thread that have all sorts of wiring diagrams in them.
Look for the "Ford Fuel Injection and Very Useful" links.
You should also get you a Chilton's or Haynes manual with the wiring diagrams. They are very helpful when tracing wires.
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