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dcf1975
    
What wire goes wher off the igintion, doing it from scratch someone tried stealing my car,
Has three wires for 67 Ford fairlane iginition, doing completely from scratch, have to make a new harness
posted: February 24, 2014
 
    
 
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baldbigears
    
If you are asking about the wires that attach to the ignition switch and my memory serves me --
One comes from the Battery to the terminal marked "B". One goes from the switch terminal marked "I" to the Ignition coil and one goes from the switch terminal marked "S" to the starter solenoid to engage the starter.
posted:  February 25, 2014
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johnnychant
    
battery lead to battery termanal ...lead to starter start synold... lead to run or coil positive
posted:  February 25, 2014
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johnnychant
    
battery lead to battery termanal ...lead to starter start synold... lead to run or coil positive
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