. I believe the orange wire going to the yellow connector is the power to the fuel selector solenoid switch on the heater control panel. I think it may be orange, but not sure. I only have one tank so the wire plugged into an black rubber 2 position boot with one Orange lead exiting and one orange lead doubled back into itself I'll try to find you a photo. We never store the image file in our host.
There is never a case where a fuel gauge taps off a keyed accessory tap like what is shown in the picture. It is always powered through an unfused resistance wire that runs to the cluster connector. If you need to remove any file or want to see the images, please contact original image uploader or browse out there. You don't need a diagram to do it. We just links any topics about 86 Ford F 250 Fuel Line Diagram to many other sites out there.
Maybe 73 and 74 is the same? There are two cables going to your starter. The orange wire under the dash goes from the dual position boot into the wiring harness and into the instrument cluster plug. It appears to be missing unplugged. Sorry for my misleading info in the previous post. Can anyone help me out on this? Wiring to and from the fuel gauge is contained completely in the instrument cluster connector harness. My dash isn't out at the current time and my wiring is for a rear and mid-ship tank.
Does anyone have an extra that they would sell if I can't find mine? One cable comes from battery B+ , while the other goes to the chassis. You can also find other images like wiring diagram, parts diagram, replacement parts, electrical diagram, repair manuals, engine diagram, engine scheme, wiring harness, fuse box, vacuum diagram, timing belt, timing chain, brakes diagram, transmission diagram, and engine problems. It does not even pass through the fuse panel. This will increase the voltage to the battery also. Can anyone help me figure out the color of the wire I should be looking for under the dash? Of course, you know where your starter is located.
I am guessing it would just be a single wire for the fuel tank sending unit. Check and e-mail to us for your comments,. According to a wiring diagram I found on the fordification site if you have dual tanks it would plug into a harness that goes to the switch, which would have the female end of the dual position boot, and the second wire would then plug into the second position in the dual tank wiring. Posted on Oct 14, 2009 That would be my first guess,they are not very exspensive,if this still does not help,run a large wire on the back of the alternator with the old one still connected,to the positive battery post. I believe you can see this as you open the hood of your car. It is very hard to tell from the wiring diagrams and the only reference I can find to the 3 hole yellow connector is to 13A705 in the pic below. I can't find a diagram for a '73, so the color of the sending unit wire I mentioned could be innacurate.
Also on a 73 I would think it runs under the mat or carpet back to the inside of cab tank. . . . .
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