BACK UP LIGHT WIRING

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thos25
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BACK UP LIGHT WIRING

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Hi Guys, Could anyone tell me where I can find the most easily accessible hot wire connection for my back-up lights [1965 COMET CYCLONE, 4 spd"]? I assume that it will be under the dash but everyone knows what assumptions do. Anyway, the reason for my question is that I am 76 years young but the less time I have to spend twisted up under the dash or under the car searching for a wire the better! This is the reason for my question. I would really appreciate someone telling me : Oh ,you can find the wire rjght...!
Hey, thanks again and HAPPY HOIDAYS !!

Lip Ripper
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Re: BACK UP LIGHT WIRING

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Does it have a firewall fuse box? You can buy a piggyback that will slip in the fuse socket and give you a new lead.

Stacey
66 Cyclone GT; 245/60R15's on 15x8's and 215/70R15's on 15x7 Magnum's.
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Lou's Comet
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Re: BACK UP LIGHT WIRING

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Run it to the back off the ignition switch. The center/ accessory post.

thos25
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Re: BACK UP LIGHT WIRING

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Once again you guys on this great site came to the rescue! The pig-tails on my switch reach the connections perfectly! I DO appreciate your input and help.
Kind Regards, TOM

barrys65cyclone
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Re: BACK UP LIGHT WIRING

Post by barrys65cyclone »

There is a connection for back up lights already in main harness close to fuse panel .

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