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1970 wiring question

Old 03-10-2019, 10:51 AM
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It has been awhile since I pulled my under dash harness and now I'm reinstalling it. I lost my photos and notes when my laptop crashed and was hoping someone here can help me out. Can anyone tell me what these two connectors go to? I am installing photos of the connectors but in case they don't come up one is a green two prong female plug that is over the glove box and the other is a red 3 prong female plug that comes out close to the radio. Any help with this would be great.




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Old 03-20-2019, 09:29 AM
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I seem to remember the red female x3 plug on my fastback. If I recall, it wasn't used for anything and was constantly hot so I used it to run to my overhead console light switches and the other two were left unused.

The green one I don't know. In any case use a test light and see when or if they are hot and use them accordingly.
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Old 03-21-2019, 06:23 AM
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Thanks for the input. I talked to a guy who is familiar with Mustang wiring harnesses and I found out the same thing about the red plug. I was told that the green plug is for the clock and or other dash lighting and won't be used on my car either since I don't have a clock in the dash. I guess I should've come back on here and let everyone know that I found the answer to my question but I forgot. Thanks again.
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