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All the lights that weren't working (and the radio) are on the same fuse! So odds are very good that that is the problem! Looks like I'll be replacing a fuse!

Michelle (aka Mustang Shelly)
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Hi Michelle,

Hope you've got that service manual with the wiring diagrams....most Haynes and Chiltons manuals have them....helps a bunch when diagnosing problems...

Tip....check all your fuses for size and amperage and then buy a selection of replacements and keep them in your glove box...
Trust me on this...*G*

Hopefully, in your travels this year you'll run into Mr. and Mrs. Teebone....Vinnie and his wife are the best thing since sliced bread....they're up in CT...

Good luck with your lovely new Pony!

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Oh, I do. The shop manual was in my first order placed to Mustangs Unlimited. And thanks for the tip on the fuses. I don't know where my mind is today! But once you said that, and I looked in the owner's manual to find that all my missing lights were on the same fuse, it all made sense!

Michelle (aka Mustang Shelly)
1968 GT 390 Fastback
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