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Yes.

Ford put it on the back of the passenger side head to the firewall.
 

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trust me, it'll save you from so many headaches (phantom electrical probs)
 

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You don't necessarily need an engine ground strap on any classic Mustang, but you should. You'll likely not notice any difference between running one and not running one, but it's cheap, it's easy, and certainly can't hurt ... not to mention they all had one from the factory.
 
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would it cause all of my lights to flicker when i turn on the headlights? i've traded the switch with one that works with no improvement. any ideas?
 

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You have too much resistance somewhere in your headlight wiring path. Check all connectors, if you don't find anything obvious, start checking resistance in the wires.
 

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I could also be a bad diode in the alternator.
 
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