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OK, I know we all have something about the old Mustangs that really cheeses us off when we have to do it, such as changing the thermostat out (small block Chevys have us here).

But so far in my ground-up restoration, in which I've sandblasted an engine bay and innumerable parts, rebuilt the steering, suspension brakes, etc. and dropped an engine & tranny back in, the biggest pisser of them all has been:

Getting the *%^& dash ignition switch back on!

Don't ask me why, but for some reason holding four parts in place, squeezing them together, while holding a teeny wire in a hole took me 2+ hours to complete. YUCK! Now I know why the redesigned them.



Cecil Bozarth

1966 GT Coupe (Tahoe Turquoise with black pony interior)

1994 GT Convertible
 
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It takes 2 minutes if you do it through the hole for the instrument cluster.

Doing it from under the dash is not the way to go!

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