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Old 06-06-2010, 09:40 PM
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where would i get a wiring diagram for a 1959 hardtop t bird
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Hi Lamar, you will find wiring diagrams in the Technical Resource Library Forum above this. You will certainly need one if your dont have any dash lights. There is a light fixture that has fuses on the back of it, and the light connections go to. It is behind the light switch behind the instrument panel. There are instructions on how to get it out to fix and check it. There is a adjustable dimmer control on that light switch also that is often corroded and does not work. You may have blown fuses on that light switch or lights that are disconnected or light bulbs that are blown. Many of the guys on here can help you trace out your problems, as they have been down this path before. That wiring diagram will be a big help to you as will a shop manual. If you do not have one, you can order one from any of the Tbird parts houses. Good luck.

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