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Old 05-29-2005, 01:12 PM
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Anyone know where I can find a complete wiring print for an 87 mustang? Helm does not have them any more.

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Do you have something specific your looking for? I have some wiring diagrams i can scan but otherwise cant be much help. If you do find somewhere online let me know ive been looking for them as well.
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wiring schematics

Doc here,

There are several places on-line you can ORDER these Schematics,

HOWEVER These cost $$ and may not be what your looking for if it ever arrives...

You can Do A Goggle Search by putting in 1987 Mustang Wiring Schematics on the tag line..but very few if any are down-loadable for free..

Chilton and Haynes Make "Fairly Basic" manuals for your Car, and you can get one at the local auto parts store for about $25.

Factory Dealership manuals will cost many times more than that ,If you can find one. But are the best.

I have ALWAYS had good luck at the Local MAIN Library (not the city library, but the County main library) At the reference room desk. They have always had the dealer Manuel's for what ever I was looking for...and If not was able to outsource them from another library System within a few days.

The down-shot is (our reference room at least) They don't USUALLY allow reference material Out of the building...So bring lots of copy change and a folder to insert your copies into in whatever specific order you require.

BE SURE to ask for FACTORY or DEALERSHIP manuels...Not Chilton or Haynes...to get the FoMoCo Manuel.

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My Chilton's has the wiring diagrams.
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Hi, been on the road for a couple of days.

Segge-what I mostly need is the circuit that controls the heated portion of the HEGO, I too have some parts of the print but this part is missing.

Doc-I didn't turn up much on the search, just some outfit on EBAY that has a lot of bad reviews mostly about poor quality photo copies of copyrighted material and non-delivery. Some time back Helm publishing had excellent prints at $40 a set which for the 87 mustang was 22 pages so it was complete but it is out of stock now and they don't plan to offer it anymore, too old I guess. I was hoping someone knew of something similar in price and quality as the factory service manuals are quite pricey and the auto parts store how-to books are incomplete, however I will go back and check out the Chilton before I go to the dealer.
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[QUOTE=oldred]Hi, been on the road for a couple of days.

Segge-what I mostly need is the circuit that controls the heated portion of the HEGO, I too have some parts of the print but this part is missing.


I can pull this info off my Alldata system and fax it to you. I do not have a way to scan and E-mail sorry. Just let me know what it is your looking for.

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