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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 ...
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 ...
Mark every cable before remove the fuse box, this schematic shows the right configuration in case something goes wrong. Remove the box from the car cutting the wires ...
We can see a lot of rust on the box, this is because most of the clips are made of ferrous materials instead of copper or brass, which ...
Once the clips are gone, it is a good idea to clean the entire box, once finished it will look a lot better than before.
Next, with a clean box it's time to put the new clips in place. Materials Needed: 9 Littelfuse quarter inch clips (cheap and easy to get) a 40 ...
Now we have to make two bridges "Tining" about one inch of 12 gauge cable and soldering to every corner opposite to the mounting holes. Use a "before" ...
With all the clips in place and the connections done it's time to Insert a new set of fuses in place and we are ready to the last ...
You can rewire the box using terminals and soldering them to the flat side of the clips or you can solder the wires directly into the box, a ...
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