ignition switch plug/harness

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ignition switch plug/harness

Postby takehikes » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:31 am

I was changing my ignition switch and found that there was one bare wire (outer casing had gone missing for about an inch). I fixed it but the repair is very close to the end of the harness near the plug in to the ignition switch. Question: I s that plug and harness available or is it part of the main chassis harness? I don't want to go to replacing the whole harness for this but I suspect there may be other issues hiding waiting to get me! :o
1968 F100 SWB Flareside, 240-6, 3 speed, 3.70 rear, bone stock and rust free.

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Re: ignition switch plug/harness

Postby sargentrs » Mon Oct 02, 2017 1:28 pm

MIght want to give them a call to verify but CG Ford Parts shows it. https://cgfordparts.com/ufolder/fordpar ... AZ-14313-A
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Re: ignition switch plug/harness

Postby takehikes » Tue Oct 03, 2017 12:21 pm

I'll check it out.

I found a number of other ones from same generation fords (Galaxie, Mustang etc) but oddly only one place do they say it fits our trucks.
1968 F100 SWB Flareside, 240-6, 3 speed, 3.70 rear, bone stock and rust free.


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