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1983ford mustang ignitionwiring diagram

I'm looking for a 1983 ford mustang ignition wiring diagram(for free if possible) as I've taken out an old alarm that keeps tripping out the car and want to know how everything should fit back together again.Thanks.

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Http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/16/71/3c/0900823d8016713c/repairInfoPages.htm

also if you pick a Chilton or haynes service manual they have complete wiring diagrams...

and a lot more info you will find very useful

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