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Old 10-18-2010, 07:33 PM
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EZ - Wire help?

Can anyone give a hand trying to figure this 22-curcuit kit I purchased. Working on 86 mustang that was converted to carb. set up. My ? is which wire from my stock ignition switch connect to the aftermarket (EZ-Wire) ignition group? Here is a pic of both: Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!
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ford wire.....ez wire
red/lt green....pink
black/lt green....brown
gray/yellow....orange
yellow....red
white/pink....purple
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O.K. I also have to wire up my headlight switch. There are 6 wires on my 22-curcuit EZ-Wire kit's Headlight Group H-1
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  • #26 Lt. Blue (left front turn)
  • #25 Blue (right front turn)
  • #24 Green (horn)
  • #9 Tan (low beam)
  • #8 Lt.Green (high beam)
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On my Stock Headlight Switch I have the following wires:
  • Brown/White
  • Blue/Red
  • Red/Yellow
  • Black/Purple
  • Green/Yellow
  • Orange/Black
Which wires connect from my EZ-Wire kit to the Headlight Switch? Thanks!!!!!!
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Sorry for hijacking but....my EZ wire harness has two flash cans on it. Which one (or both?) do I change to no loads for my LED's? Thanks
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