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I need a parts and wireing diagram of the turn signal switch, horn, etc. in a 1966 mustang with a after maket delux wood steering wheel.

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    turn signals work but no brake lights

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This is all you need.....go to........HTTP://www.hammar.dtndns.org/wiring/wiring1966.htm.................hope this helps,,all kinds of prints.

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  • Kashetta Reffitt Mar 25, 2009

    sorry,its is dYndns.org.....misspelled

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If you give me your e-mail, I can e-mail you wiring diagrams.
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