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I've got a 1965 Ford Falcon from my father, it was his first car and now it's my turn to take care for it.

Some parts need to be rebuild and it's a great challenge to figure out how to do it or find spare parts, specially in my country.

When I was rebuilding the electrical system the problem was to find a replacement, because I could't find it I had to rebuild it and this is how I did.

Step 1: Identify your fuse box

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This guide can be used for a lot of cars from the 1960's but I'll try to write specifically about the ford falcon/mustang/cougar ones.

Your fuse box must look like this:
BrianM589 days ago
Where did you purchase your clips? I can't seem to find them anywhere!
crowndelorean (author)  m.r.musick441 year ago
you can find them as SFE fuse holders in several sites around the web or you can find them as "fuse box repair kit" in places like ebay. I've received comments from people using the same clips and similar methods on mopars, charger and most cars that used SFE, AGX, AGC fuses. -Sam
Hovercraft3 years ago
Nice work! Could you tell me the part number of the clip you've used? Did you get them from a Mustang/Cougar/Falcon parts store or from an electronics supplier? The Mustang parts guys want like 2.70 per clip but I can't find them at large electronics supply houses like Digikey and Newark. If you could tell us your clip source, I'm sure we would all be very grateful.

crowndelorean (author)  Hovercraft3 years ago
I got them from my local computer wire hardware store, but you can find them on several places on-line like ebay for about a buck per clip. (sorry, I still don't know a part number) -Sam
bg_askins3 years ago
i wish i saw this before i rewired my 53 chevy pickup
crowndelorean (author)  bg_askins3 years ago
Glad you like my work! -Sam