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Old 04-22-2012, 05:04 PM   #1
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Mustang Dash Mount Car Clock

I have a dash mount clock out of a '95 Mustang. I know that these clocks were used for a few years in the 1990s. It's the one that mounts through and sits on top of the padded dash. Has a curved top and uses two plastic clips with black metal tangs on the front edge to hold it firmly to the dash.

Question 1: How many years was this clock used?

This Clock has 5 color coded leads attached to a white Plastic connector.

a: Wire 1, solid Black
b: Wire 2, solid Brown
c: Wire 3, Light Blue w/Red Trace
d: Wire 4, White w/Purple Trace
e: Wire 5, Green w/Yellow Trace

Question 2: Where do these 5 wires connect. I assume that one is Ground, one connects directly to the battery, one connects to the ignition switch, and one connects to the Head Light switch diming the clock for night time driving.
Can you assist me in determing which wire is which?

I want to use this clock on my Boat!

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