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Old 07-15-2005, 07:27 PM
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All right.I hope Im in the right spot? I like to do things differtly,so I got this bright idea.I got an 84 chevy 4x4.One day I decided to take it apart,and put my 85 lincoln body on the chevy fram.Well its done.Ive got it pretty much bottened up except the wireing for the ignition.The way I did it Iused the fuse block from the chevy.So If anyone can help me figure out the ignition wireing it will be greatly appreciated.Thank you

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Old 07-16-2005, 03:16 PM
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this is a bit of a poser cause the chevy and fords are a little different in the starter category where the ford has a external solenoid.
i just wonder if the ford ignition switch will handle the load of the starter one way to find out for sure .

it should be very similar but to be on the safe side compare schematics for both if you cant get to a public library i heard AUTO ZONE now has online schematics.

good luck

its possible someone else here has been there done that i'm just speculating


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