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Old 12-29-2008, 11:10 PM
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Accessory Electrical problem

Shes a 1974 Mercury Montego MX, I have a problem using my ignitions key Accessory setting (For the stereo, and ect ) i have plug my original AM/FM 8 track Play stereo into the stereo power plug along with many other ERA stereos, and all will come on when the Ignition is On ( when trying to start vehicle ) But, when i try to use ACC i get nothing.. all my fuses are fine. is there some sort of plug or wire of some sort?

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Old 12-30-2008, 04:41 PM
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Could be a blown fuse or a bad ignition switch. You need to get out the meter or test light and strat tracing wires. If you cal locate a diagram it would be a huge help
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