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Wiring diagram for fuse panel 69 F150

Someone (an unnamed nonhuman) took a torch to the wires under my dash. I have another fuse box I am wiring into my 69 F150. Naturally, all the wires are not exactly the same. I have some wiring diagrams from fordification but it is not specific enough, i.e. it shows three fuses when there are actually 5 (or 6). Anyhow, there are two black wires, 8 gauge, one goes to the alternator and one to the start ignition. One has a yellow tracer, and hte other has an almost yellow/green tracer. What I need is a fuse panel diagram since the fuse box I picked up is not a 69, it's probably a 70 or71. Does anyone have any advice? thanks, ltca

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Wiring worries.

Just working my way through a 67 Mustang with an EZ wiring harness which has all wires marked. Its a mystery when you are working with unmarked wires and a big help is a multimeter to find which wires are carrying +12 volts when the ignition is on/off.
A basic alternator diagram here may be of some use to you. This diagram is for a vehicle that runs a red alternator warning light. Note the small resistor which is wired in"parallel" ( runs parallel to the wires in and out of the light). This will make sure the alternator still charges if you lose the "red" alternator globe for some reason.
This is not exactly what you are looking for but it may help a bit.
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