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There's a 67 main wiring harness (the one that has the fuse block and is most of the wiring under the dash) for sale on eBay. The guy says its for a V8 - I need one for an I6/200. Are there big differences?


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The wiring schematics do not make a distinction between a six or eight. The answer to your question is no, there isn't any difference in the actual wiring.

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I do believe that there were only 2 different main wiring harness used in the 1967 Mustang. The standard one used on all engine types and the one with the tachometer option. I think that the under hood harness is different for a 6cyl and a V8. But I do know that the tachometer version wiring harness is different under the hood, there were different connections to the alternator and voltage regulator.

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